I had gone to Plum Island many times waiting for a morning like this. I knew from my research that the morning had the potential to explode like this, but it wasn't until I drove through Newburyport and got my first glimpse of the sky that I knew it was going to happen. This is a pathway that I have shot many times, some images publishable, some not. I can't tell you how joyful it was to see everything come together as it did this morning.
Cottonball type Cumulus clouds on the bluest of skies form the backdrop of the Nubble Lighthouse in Cape Neddick, ME. This is actually a 4 shot panorama taken on the day after a small spring snow storm hit the north east. Fun fact: In 1874 President Rutherford B. Hayes apportioned $15,000 for the building of the Nubble Lighthouse. By July 1879, the construction of the ligthouse was complete.