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Located in Bristol, Maine is this wonderful looking lighthouse situated just about upon a cliffs edge with a deep incline below leading one to the shore and coast. It’s quite the sight from many angles and you’ve the way then certainly find the will to visit this gem.
A fave spot for us to visit which isn’t too far from NYC would be this beach/shore in New Haven Connecticut. The Five Mile Point Light also known as the New Haven Harbor Light has been around since the mid 1800s. Situated in Lighthouse Point Park it’s a wonderful spot to visit.
Barnegat Lighthouse State Park in Long Beach, New Jersey.
Found within the western-most part of the Fire Island National Seashore and right next to Robert Moses State Park is this lighthouse which has been there since the early part of the 1800s. Adjacent to the structure itself is a museum.
Seeing such a wonderful landmark from a distance can sometimes be the very best way to view it. Here is the Montauk Point Lighthouse and Museum with the American Flag in front.
Here’s a full frontal of the Museum found besides the Fire Island Lighthouse along the seashore in Long Island. Used was an ultra wide angle lens.
Portrait view of the Lighthouse at Fire Island. As seen from a distance.
The Fire Island Lighthouse in Long Island, NYC
Seen on a great Summer Afternoon are the fields of the Fire Island National Seashore and in the distance, the Lighthouse itself.
Once again, another image of the Lighthouse found at Barnegat Lighthouse State Park in Long Beach, New Jersey.
This lighthouse is located within Fort Williams Park which is a beautiful historical expanse. All located in Cape Elizabeth in the Casco Bay region.Upon nearing you’ll hear the waves striking violently against the rocks below creating a beautiful Symphony which will charm your heart and soothe your worries. This is the sort of locale which makes it clear how there truly are spots on this earth where heaven exists.
Here beauty is in its purest form as you glance out upon the ocean with this lighthouse in the foreground. Upon entering this area you’ll gradually realise that it is a spot on this earth which you’ll not want to leave. What with the gorgeous skies, Casco Bay just beyond and the striking sounds of waves against the rocks it’s as if a siren song were beckoning you on and on.Join New Yorkled on its never ending adventure that’s called ‘Life’. Should you wish not to purchase a thing then we can only hope you enjoyed your visit.
Image here is a depiction of the Portland Head Light located within Fort Williams Park at Cape Elizabeth, Maine. In what is second to our other fave lighthouse, Pemaquic Point, this lighthouse is quite the beauty.
Pemaquid Point Lighthouse located in Bristol, Maine has to be one of the most beautifully located landmarks in the entire state. Well, aside from the Portland Head Light which in our opinion is just as beautiful as well. A trip to this location is one to be remembered for years.
Here’s a super wide angle view of the Montauk Point Lighthouse at the most eastern tip Long Island in NYC, NY. There’s quite a bit of history here and the views one gets in this area are so very picturesque.
Here is yet another super wide angle view of the Lighthouse out in Montauk, Long Island, NY as well as the adjoining museum. Did you know that this is the oldest lighthouse in NY State? One is able to climb up to the top but the climb is somewhat grueling on a hot Summer Day.
You can barely see the tip of the Fire Island Lighthouse as yours truly chose to really hilight the Museum Building itself while still sneaking in a hint of the tower behind it. Luckily the sky lent quite a hand in helping to create a striking image which somewhat conveyed a sense of motion.
Such is the path within Long Island, NY. The path that is, leading one to the Fire Island Light House just east of the Robert Moses State Parkway.
The entrance path to the lighthouse is steep. But it’s a joy to be at this part of Long Island in NY. You might note the skies. Actually that’s dense fog which only moments earlier had hidden the entire landmark completely.