All images were shot during this years fall King Tide. From Portsmouth, NH down to Hampton, it's evident there was lots of excitement surrounding our coastal towns.
"King tides happen naturally once or twice a year when the sun, moon, and Earth align to produce the high tidal ranges. King tides bring in unusually high water levels and can cause local tidal flooding."
This year's tide, which happened between October 17th-19th, was expected to reach 11 to 12 feet along New Hampshire's tidal shorelines. A typical high tide for the region is between 8 and 10 feet.