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Discussion in 'Photos' started by DRZ400SK4, May 11, 2007.
That's the Rockland Breakwater light.
WSW of Bar Harbor!
That sounds right. Didn't really know where we were at the time and it was a couple months ago. Never would have known it was there except we got talking to the guy running the local gas station, who'd immigrated to nyc before ending up in Maine. Its a cool spot
Mini Lighthouses replicas on Lake Havasu, AZ
Here you see a mighty fine light house in Harlingen (the Netherlands).
Build in 1922 and nowadays only in use as a two person hotel.
Does a lighthouse boat count?
Posted another one a few months ago from Den Helder (the Netherlands).
I saw this one in Harlingen just yesterday.
Can’t find any information on it, but quite sure it hasn’t been in use for a long time.
Here you can see the lighthouse in Lemmer, the Netherlands.
(Look very close, and you might find my bike in the picture)
Here is an “as close as I could get” picture of a lighthouse in Stavoren, the Netherlands.
Yaquina Bay OR
Does this count too?
Buoys are probably more important, especially to smaller craft!
Somewhere on the PCH...
I've seen get back whips on Harleys, but get enlightened Mala beads is a new one - I like it!
I got caught in a Mardi Gras parade. The accepting of the beads is part of the tradition.
OK, OK, not a lighthouse. Coast Guard Lifesaving Station. Grand Marais, Michigan.
Thats OK ... you were pretty close to one or maybe two. Was just there in Sept. 2019.
(Grand Marais Light in Michigan)
Pigeon Point NorCal
The lighthouse in Bergen aan Zee, the Netherlands.
More information to be found at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/J.C.J._van_Speijk_Lighthouse?wprov=sfti1 https://maps.apple.com/?ll=52.61905...sNj1PSkAxJKcCMJZ8EkA5sU1sNj1PSkBBJKcCMJZ8EkA=
Build in 1833 and still in use.