Motif Number 1 is an iconic lobster shack off a pier in downtown Rockport, Massachusetts. It got its from Kodak that credited it with being the most photographed subject. It is also a famous subject for artists and art student. First built in 1840, the shack collapsed during the Blizzard of 1978. The current structure is an exact replica of... 更多
This is a very popular site for artists and art lovers. For myself as a photographer I just love coming here at different times of the day and evening. It's right in the center of the small seaside town of Rockport, Massachusetts. Very convenient to get to and worth a stroll from Bearskin Neck. If you're a photographer or painter,... 更多
Such a beautiful view! Walk around and see it from different locations. I took this photo from our balcony at night from my cell phone.
Not knowing about Motif Number 1, and having seen it countless times in photos, I took the obligatory stroll to see it on a cloudy May morning. It was only until after I visited that I learned it was one of the most painted places in America. And true to the word, I took a picture (but not from the... 更多
Since this is the most photographed and painted spot around, it's a must see. For locals, it's a fairly normal type of thing to see, but no less beautiful and inspiring. For those from far away who never saw a New England fishing village, I can only imagine.
Lighting is the key to a great photo of this building. Early morning and late afternoon are prime times. Shoot from the small park behind Sand Castles.
I think Motif Nunber 1 is one of the most photographed buildings in Rockport. I know my friend was excited & the lighting was great. If your in to taking photos this is the shot you want. It is right at Bearskin Neck Rockport. So you can get a two for one on this visit. There are many places to... 更多
I have enjoyed the views and the calm alone and with my only granddaughter both night and day. When we visit, we take time in the evening to sit and enjoy a soft drink and talk. You can't do much of that with teen-aged grandsons.