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March 20, 2017

Cape St. Vincent Lighthouse

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Cape St. Vincent Lighthouse

The Cape St . Vincent Lighthouse in Portugal

Cape St. Vincent Lighthouse in Portugal. It is the southwest tip of Europe

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November 25, 2016

Newfoundland- Trinity Bay

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Trinity Bay

Trinity Bay area is one of the very picturesque areas of Newfoundland, and the town of trinity has some fifty buildings of historical significance. It was the location for the filming of the movie “Shipping News”. Nearby, you can visit the set of the recently filmed series “Random Passage”

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For nature lovers and photographers, the are is excellent for seabirds, whales and sometimes icebergs.

Lupines in Trinity Bay

 
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October 31, 2016

Tierra Del Fuego Landscapes: Argentina

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Tierra Del Fuego, Argentina

One of the things visitors to the tip of South America notice is the quality of the light, very clean and clear, with soft pastels showing nicely.

For a gallery of Tierra Del Fuego landscapes, please follow:

Tierra Del Fuego Landscapes Gallery

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February 11, 2016

Nubble Light, Maine

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Nubble Light, Maine

Nubble Light, Maine

Nubble Light, also known as Neddick Light, was opened in 1879

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June 11, 2015

Cape Hatteras Lighthouse: North Carolina

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Cape Hatteras Lighthouse: North Carolina

Cape Hatteras Lighthouse: North Carolina

 

Cape Hatteras Lighthouse: North Carolina

At 210 feet, this is the tallest lighthouse in the United States. |It was completed in 1870. In 1999 it was moved 2900 feet inland due to erosion.

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June 9, 2015

Bodie Island Lighthouse, Outer Banks, North Carolina

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Bodie Island Lighthouse, Outer Banks, North Carolina

Bodie Island Lighthouse, Outer Banks, North Carolina

Built in 1872, it is the third lighthouse on this spot. The first was abandoned after problems with the foundation and the second was destroyed by Confederate soldiers.

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September 19, 2014

Bass Harbor Head Light, Maine

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Bass Harbor Head Light, Maine

Bass Harbor Head Light, Maine

Bass Harbor lies just outside of Acadia National Park in Maine and at the head of the harbor lies a lovely lighthouse. It was built in 1858 and automated in 1974. There is a short trail from the parking lot which leads to the rocks below the light, and a much photographed view of the lighthouse.


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November 19, 2012

Newfoundland- Cape Spear Lighthouses

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Cape Spear Lighthouse

When the morning sun reaches the continent of North America, it first lights the cliffs of Cape Spear.

The site boasts a pair of lighthouses, the current operating lighthouse, and the original, which is now a museum.

Cape Spear Lighthouse

The original lighthouse was Newfoundland’s first and was erected in 1835, and was active until 1955.The museum is set up to show how the original keeper, James Cantwell would have lived with his family over 150 years ago.

Cape Spear is about 40 minutes drive from Newfoundland’s capital, St. John’s.

 


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