- Follow Lindy Low LeCoq on WordPress.com
Category Archives: architecture
In the many years I’ve enjoyed seeing this lighthouse from the outside, yesterday, for the first time I was on the inside. Now open for visitors, the structure is being restored to it’s original condition. After entering at ground level, … Continue reading
Rules: Five days – five Abstract images – no people – no explanations. Open invitation to anyone else who would like to participate. Thank you Olga! https://odaciuk.wordpress.com/2017/12/22/5-days-5-photos-abstract-day-5/
This week’s challenge is to experiment with point of view with the theme “Atop.” Atop
Last night we stayed in Newport, Washington where my family lived from 1950-55. Since I was very young, my recollections of Newport are few and far between. Our focus yesterday, Sunday was to visit Deer Lake Resort for a picnic … Continue reading
“The Cape Disappointment Lighthouse was constructed in 1856 to warn seamen of the treacherous river bar known by then as “the graveyard of the Pacific.” This is the oldest functioning lighthouse on the West Coast.” “After missing the entrance to … Continue reading
Looking up through the ceiling of Point Loma Lighthouse ~ San Diego, CA This small museum is in a lovely setting. Some of my favorite photos are from this site. This one is improved using black and white.