Silent Sunday: Lighthouses

Lighthouse over Scheveningen beach, The Netherlands, 2016.
Gibbs Hill Lighthouse, Southhampton Bermuda, 2017
Door County. © Carol Labuzzetta, 2015.

Lighthouse at Schenvinegan Beach, The Netherlands. © Carol Labuzzetta, 2016
Lighthouse Southern California as seen from Coronado Beach, © Carol Labuzzetta, 2012
Gibbs Hill Lighthouse Bezel, © Carol Labuzzetta, 2016
Inside Gibbs Hill Lighthouse. Step Atter Step. © Carol Labuzzetta, 2017
Gibbs Hill Lighthouse, © Carol Labuzzetta, 2017.
Pixabay Free for Use Images by ShawnGaske. Buffalo Lighthouse.
© Lake Michigan Lighthouse from the Canadian side of the lake. © Carol Labuzzetta,2008

Thank you for stopping by my Silent Sunday post where I feature mostly my own photography on a theme of my choice. Enjoy!

4 thoughts

  1. Carol, these are beautiful photos! I love your close-up perspective showing how tall lighthouse are. I also enjoyed your perspective of the Step After Step photo because it puts the viewer in your shoes. It reminds me of how lighthouses have many, many steps in them. I think your Coronado Pirates photo is my favorite because of the old-fashioned ships, the waves rolling in, being a metaphor for the storm clouds above, the dark cloud on the hill, and the whole setting giving the premonition of a storm coming and something worse. Thank you for sharing. It’s wonderful that you have been able to visit all these lighthouses. I have taken photos of lighthouses in Maine, Cape Cod, and Nantucket Island. I’m pretty sure I’ve seen the Lake Michigan Lighthouse from the Milwaukee side when I visited my sister. I may have seen the Bermuda lighthouse, also when I was there. It was a long time ago when I was in my junior year in college.

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    1. Gail, thanks so much for your detailed response to my photo post from yesterday! I also like the Coronado Beach photo for many of the same reasons. I have a speciall place in my heart for the Bermuda lighthouse – I’ve been lucky enough to visit the island three times and have visited it each time – noticing different things on each visit. I am sure I will add to my lighthouse photo collection on future trips…I’ve always wanted to see some off the Atlantic coast! It sounds like you appreciate lighthouses as well! 🙂

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