It’s not the most beautiful lighthouse, but the location is what makes this lighthouse special. Located in Rincon, Puerto Rico, the lighthouse is surrounded by a park, and the beach there is a popular spot for whale watching, sunsets, and surfing. In this image the water is behind me and I am facing east, where some menacing clouds rolled by. Go back a few posts and you will find a couple of other images from this location.
So….. I imagine this sea gull, (if they fly by a lake are they called lake gulls?) while reflecting on this faithful, old lighthouse that has been keeping watch for years, suddenly being stunned by the question that has now formed in his bird brain: who keeps watch over the lighthouse?
South Haven, Michigan is….well…..for me it’s a haven for the memories that I have left there… I like to think that old lighthouse keeps those memories safe… each time I return I find them there…. I like that…
This is what was behind me when I took the photograph from my previous post. Known by locals as el Faro, this lighthouse was built in 1882. Originally I was going to post two images from this 2013 trip to Puerto Rico, but I found one more I would like to share, so stay tuned.
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