Thats what they call me. Some even say there's a "Soprano" resemblance. I dont see it. I've been doing mornings here since 1987. In radio years, that qualifies me to be a Jurassic Park exhibit, I think. But having Blacksmith, Roadkill, Laura, and Kelly there each morning keeps it fun. We hope it does for you too....
As for me - I'm just a normal guy in an abnormal job. I've got a great wife, 2 great kids, and a job that lets me play for a living. Yeah, that doesn't suck.....
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Greg and the Morning Buzz: Me, Andy Blacksmith, Scott "Roadkill" McMullen, Laura Boyce and Kelly Brown. 5:30am-10am. The Rock Station 100.3 WHEB, Portsmouth NH, Rock 101 WGIR-FM Manchester, The Hawk 104.9 Meredith/Laconia, and KOOL-93.9FM in Lebanon NH, and KOOL 96.3 in Keene. Tune in - join the family!
Greg's "NH CHRONICLE" Segment from WMUR-TV Channel 9
Got up early on Monday morning and headed up to Cape Elizabeth ME, to The Portland Head Light. It's reportedly the most photographed lighthouse in the world, and one visit will tell you why. It's easily one of the most beautiful spots in New England. Here's a few shots of what I saw....
For this shot, I was standing on a rocky ledge, off the well traveled paths. I waited there for more than 30 minutes, in sub zero wind chills, just waiting for the sun to show itself. It was worth the wait...
The great thing about The Head Light is that there are so many different perspectives to shoot it from. This is taken from the pathways that line the shoreline. The cool thing is- it takes on a different character from every different angle you shoot it from. Below is an example...
This shot was taken from the same path, but with a telephoto lens. Same lighthouse, with a totally different look.
If you love photography - make the trip to The Portland Head Light. You won't regret it.
ps. Bring your gloves.....lol