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Whitefish Point Lighthouse (Again)

Posted by
Kathe (Marquette, Michigan, United States) on 21 July 2009 in Architecture.

I think I've posted a shot of this lighthouse a couple of years ago - but from a different angle, and with a different camera. It was also in Autumn, and this one is in Summer. Again, this site hosts a museum dedicated to shipwrecks on the Great Lakes, with much information about the Edmund Fitzgerald.

This might be my last post for a little while, as my shoulder surgery is scheduled for sometime tomorrow (Wednesday). If I can get out to take some more pics today, I will try to post a few days ahead. So forgive me if I don't leave comments or respond to any for at least a few days!

NIKON D40 1/400 second F/10.0 ISO 200 32 mm

Eleftheria from Athens, Greece

I love lighthouses!

21 Jul 2009 12:30pm

@Eleftheria: :^)

Marcie from Newton, United States

Wonderful color in this. Love the contrasting red roofs.

21 Jul 2009 6:37pm

@Marcie: Thanks, Marcie.

Beth from United States

Good luck with the surgery Kathe. Hope it all goes well and you're back in business as soon as possible.

22 Jul 2009 12:12am

@Beth: Thanks, Beth. I managed to get out and take a few pics tonight before putting my camera down for a long nap. :^(

Lee from Fort Frances Ontario, Canada

Great shot Kathe. Hope all goes well for you tomorrow. Take it easy and rest. We'll talk when you're feeling up to it.

22 Jul 2009 1:05am

@Lee: Thanks, Lee. I'll keep watching for your wonderful photos whenever I can!

Jane from California, United States

The colors pop here, those red roofs are gorgeous. Good luck with the surgery.

22 Jul 2009 6:33am

@Jane: Thanks, Jane.

B. Thomas from Arlington, Texas, United States

Beautiful shot. Good luck with the surgery, and get well soon. You will be in my prayers.

27 Jul 2009 2:40pm

@B. Thomas: Thanks, Barbara. The surgery is over, and recovery is coming along quite well. MAY even attempt to pick up the camera today. :^)

1/400 second
ISO 200
32 mm