Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Point Lonsdale Lighthouse


This next amazing photo I'm sharing with you, is one I took in Point Lonsdale, Victoria. The lighthouse is still manned 24 hours a day. The entrance to Port Philip Bay, or The Rip as it is known, is one of the most notoriously dangerous in the world.

It was built in 1852, but was rebuilt quite often up until 1902, after which it has remained unchanged.

I took this photo on a very windy, cloudy day and I'm glad it has turned out well.

21 comments:

  1. i would love to be in this place!
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  2. Thats one hell of a nice photo! keep them coming, i like!

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  3. Nice post, keep up the good work!

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  4. Would love to visit that place. Very nice!

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  5. I'd love to visit that place also, nice snap too!

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  6. YOU took that picture? That's a really, really good one. Good timing on your part too gettin' all the clouds and stuff.

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  7. This makes me want to take pictures

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  8. There's something relaxing about a lighthouse :)

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  9. That's a nice looking lighthouse and a nice looking photo.

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  10. Great photo, I love the moody sky and the footprints leading up to it, nice touch there

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  11. very nice shot. keep it up, mate!

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  12. Looks amazing...Have to go there someday...

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  13. I wish I could go there in person!

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  14. Marvelous photo, lovely job, light house pictures can be very popular if framed right. Maybe you should set up a site for selling your work?

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  15. That's a good idea!
    If anyone here wants to buy one of my images, email me at jesse.leclere@gmail.com and we will talk. :)

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