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February 25, 2011


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Kerry Dexter

these photos tell all kinds of stories -- had me thinking about what it must have been ike to sail the waters in older times in winter. and today too, of course. thanks, they're lovely shots.

Dominique King

Kerry-Seeing lighthouses in the winter always seems to bring out a better sense of the isolation keepers must have felt when living there years ago. The summer shots, especially those taken at an extremely popular spot like Grand Haven, almost seem like they're taken at a huge party!

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