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December 11, 2009


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Wow. Beautiful. We don't get snow on our coastline out west so seeing a lighthouse in that sort of setting is really special.


Love that blue sky. And I'm with Sharlene, snow and lighthouses are a sight I've yet to see. (Except in these beautiful shots).


Brrrr. I love the looks of the blue sky but it looks so cold!

Dominique King

Sharlene-Great Lakes lighthouses are pretty special, and Point Betsie is one of my favorites :)

Carolina-I wish I had some better shots of lighthouses and ice...

Wanderluster-Yup, it was pretty windy and cold that day as I remember!


Great shots, I love the contrast of colours and to see the snow on the coastline by the lighthouse is amazing and so unusual to me.


Those photos are beautiful. They look just like postcards. Gorgeous!

Dominique King

Maria-The cold, crisp weather often brings out the most amazing color contrasts in my lighthouse shots-clear blue skies, bright white or red towers, and the white snow/ice.

Gypsy-Thanks! I particularly love this lighthouse because you can walk for a long way on the beach and it isn't all developed.

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