The 10 Lighthouses of Narragansett Bay: 2-Plum Island Lighthouse

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Comments (8)

Klaus Dimter on October 16, 2012

Excellent angle of view. Well composed

Best regards from Berlin. Klaus

©polytropos on October 18, 2012

Interesting position of the lighthouse, behind the bridge!  I guess the lighthouse was standing there earlier than the bridge.

Hank Waxman on October 18, 2012

Greetings Klaus and **polytropos. Thanks for the LIKE, Klaus and your comments. I too would presume the lighthouse was there way before the bridge came, polytropos. Best regards, Hank

Itallica on October 18, 2012

First the Lighthouse Then we take Berlin. I wonder if any bridge has been built that includes a lighthouse?

©polytropos on October 18, 2012

At least there are lighthouses that includes a bridge.

Hank Waxman on November 22, 2012

Welcome Itallica and **polytropos. Interesting question. When I first photographed The Little Red Lighthouse which sits beneath the George Washington Bridge I learned that the lighthouse was deactivated because the bridge is its own lighthouse because of all the lights. So I guess well lit bridges are lighthouses...of sorts; but you can't live on a bridge. Cheers, Hank

©polytropos on November 22, 2012

But there are a lot of people who live under a bridge ;-)

Hank Waxman on November 22, 2012

Too true and too sad. :-(

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