This charming structure on Australia’s southeastern coast is a lighthouse no more, but preserved as a historical monument. I love technology, especially sustainable solutions to human problems. However, I have to admit my nostalgia when I think that now there is a solar-powered light in front of the original structure that efficiently emits three white flashes every 18 seconds. Where’s the romance!
Wonderful composition, Pam.
Thank you, Jane!
Perhaps they could alter the programming and have it emit flashes at random intervals . . . also, use a hologram to make it appear it’s an old man (or woman) waving a lantern.
Nice photo and nice setting. There’s a somewhat similar setting in Kuaui . . . but I suppose many lighthouses are similarly situated.
Wow, beautiful image. Clean composition. Depth. Nice!
Thank you, Goran 😊.
I am so blown away by this picture. Reminds me of Virginia Woolf’s “To the Lighthouse”.
How nice that things remind you of books you have read!
LOVED the editing and composition!! Incredible!! I LOVED this!! 👏👏👏
Thank you very much, Amy!
Great picture and cool light !
Best regards, Jürgen
Thank you, Jurgen! From your blogger friend, Pam. It’s been fun following you 😊.