Sometimes, I actually find time to process images I've taken months ago. I've just added three such images to my lighthouse gallery. The oldest was taken last spring, in Grand Haven. High winds were responsible for creating moderately high waves on Lake Michigan. Watching the waves splash against lighthouse piers can almost be addictive! The resulting splash is sometimes as high, or higher, than the lighthouse, as shown here:
Not seen in this image is the nut job who had his surf board out in the water not far from the end of the pier. He never did get on it, which probably is a good thing. Eventually, he cam ashore, so I was able to get a clean shot without his head poking out between waves.
The next image was taken this past February in Michigan City, Indiana. The Michigan City East Pier Lighthouse is the subject. It's one I've only visited twice, but will keep going back.
The last image was taken just a few weeks ago, in Ludington, Michigan. The Ludington North Pierhead Light was the subject this time. I was able to get nice sunset shots, but still have to fully process those. This image was taken after sundown, when the colors really lit up. Here's the result:
That's it for this post. I'll try to get more images uploaded next week.
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