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Portland Head Light

I have visited the Portland Head Light two or three times this summer.  It is allegedly the most photographed lighthouse in the United States.  These images come from a sunset shoot in June.  I tried some with the Big Stopper by LEE Filters, which you can see below.  For once, I prefer the image without the neutral density filter, although I find both treatments pleasing.  Which do you prefer?

I visited this location more recently at sunrise, so I will post some images from that shoot soon.  It is difficult to decide whether I prefer this location at sunrise or at sunset, but it is gorgeous either way.

Portland Head Light 2

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