On top of the link error, I quoted the wrong post.
I think I've done enough damage for a while. Better go wash the dishes..
Sat 24 Oct, 2009 08:11 pm
It's seems like a surreal placement for a lighthouse. One reason I would love to reside there.
Sat 24 Oct, 2009 08:13 pm
ESAPERANZA lighthouse in Hope Bay, Antarctica
Since there is no way to figure out the scale of this lighthouse (by looking at the photo) do you have an idea on how tall the structure is?
Sat 24 Oct, 2009 08:14 pm
We SAW THIS via cruiser coming up the Belle Isle STraights. (These are very treacherous waters and we postponed the trip via our own boat on this stretch of water.)
Belle ISle straights Lighthouse is near St ANthony's in NEwfoundland.
Notice the actual flying buttresses. pretty nifty tech these Canajuns use eh?
Heres a picture of the Nantucket Lightship. These things are pretty much cookie cuttered .Most were built in the early 1900's to about 1938. Many have been converted to tourist sites , like the Overfalls Lightship in Lewes SDel . The Nantucket Lightship (one of several past versions) has been sitting in Oyster Bay for many years. It was sold to a group of Boston Investors for 1$. They take lots of TLC and restoration to repair 75 years of salt water corrosion on their hulls and low decks.