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!
The bridge across the river in this Chinese provincial capital city is a fitting image for today’s challenge, which has the theme “circles”. To see all of today’s entries, go to Leanne Cole Photography. Better yet, if you like making monochrome images, read the details on Leanne’s post and join us next week!
These arched stone windows have been preserved as part of a 13th century walled church in Kilmalloch, Ireland. Through the windows you can see the top of a round tower, possibly a former sentry tower or belfry, which is built into the surrounding wall. To see all the entries in today’s challenge, go to Leanne Cole’s blog. Thank you again, Leanne, for curating and hosting this interesting challenge!
One can catch a glimpse of this striking church from any spot in Iceland’s capital city, Reykjavik. It is a Christian church of the Lutheran denomination, also known as the Church of Iceland. One of the city’s most famous landmarks, it stands 73 meters (244 feet) high. This image is my contribution to this week’s challenge, hosted by Australian photographer Leanne Cole.
Constructed in the late 1700’s, the wooden dome atop the Massachusetts State House in Boston was originally painted gray to appear like stone. It was first gilded with gold leaf in 1874 and later, in 1997, with 23 carat gold.