Point Iroquois Lighthouse is a very unique structure. A stone fence and flower beds just add to the distinct look of this lighthouse. The building is managed, oddly enough, by the National Forest Service, as it lies within the Hiawatha National Forest in Michigan's Upper Penninsula. The building has been turned into a museum, and visitors are encourage to climb the tower. However, the light has been removed. The tower overlooks Lake Superior, and you can see Canada is just a few miles across the water. If you are lucky, you might spot a lake freighter passing by. When you've had your fill of that, go downstairs and take a walk along the beach.
The "new" images were actually taken a few years ago. They were taken on a mild October afternoon. Enjoy!
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