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Cee’s B & W Challenge: Sepia Lighthouse

  I thought this would make a good subject for Cee’s B & W Challenge: Sepia


This past Sunday, hubby and I went on a guided walk at Fort Pulaski.   The park rangers escorted us on one of the trails to the Cockspur Lighthouse.  Right now the lighthouse and the little island on which it stands is closed for some much needed repairs. I was able to take some nice photos across the channel.   Even though, I was in swamp mud up to my ankles and my sneakers will never be the same, I had a great time and would like to share this photo with you.


I retired from a rule-driven profession and moved to the beach in Georgia with my husband. Now I spend my time doing fun and creative things and enjoying the warm weather and my beautiful surroundings.

7 thoughts on “Cee’s B & W Challenge: Sepia Lighthouse

      1. It is, but the shadow is distorted by the craggy rocks making it look old.. The actual lighthouse is kept in mint condition and painted brightly with wide red and white stripes.. It’s an historic landmark in Maine.. Shadows are fun pictures to try and capture.. We were just there at the right time of day.. A few minutes later and it wasn’t recognizable as a lighthouse anymore..

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