Like a Shining Beacon of Light

Picture: Storm clouds in evening roll over Battery Point Lighthouse, Crescent City, Del Norte County coast, California

Image: Storm clouds in evening roll over Battery Point Lighthouse, Crescent City, Del Norte County coast, California

I had a chance to shoot this lighthouse last month while working along California’s beautiful North Coast & Redwood region. I previously had a number of images I shot of this lighthouse either in my portfolio, published in my books, or sold by my agents. I was lucky that the storm let up for just a little while just around sunset, considering the weather during the preceding and subsequent hours were pretty miserable.

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BTW, this is my second favorite image from this evening. Stay tuned to this same Bat-Channel for further posts. 🙂
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5 Comments on “Like a Shining Beacon of Light”

  1. melissia griffeth Says:

    I love lighthouses and settings by the sea. I appreciate your photos and stories. I would like to mention your work on my blog at some point. You can visit it at

    thanks so much!


  2. enlightphoto Says:

    Thanks for the note, Melissia. I’d be honored if you’d like to share something about my work on your blog. If I can answer any questions for you, please let me know. Cheers, Gary

  3. Today’s Shared Links for June 28, 2011 – Chuqui 3.0 Says:

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  4. melissia griffeth Says:

    Your photos are lovely. The photo that is your second favorite doesn’t show up, or, is it the photo of your website? lol

  5. David Leland Hyde Says:

    Wow, I like this one. These days they call an image like this a landscape photograph, but in the heyday it would just be called documentary and NOT a landscape photograph per se. Regardless of what it is called, I can see why editors and other people like it.

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