Saturday, February 27, 2010

PhotoHunt: DAILY

Everyday, from 1859 to 1933, the Hunting Island Lighthouse stood as a sentinel of safety for those plying the coast of South Carolina. Today, some 150 years after its first version was erected, it remains an icon of the eastern seaboard's rich maritime history, currently the only lighthouse in South Carolina that is open to the public.

Hunting Island State Park, April 2008, using a digicam.


  1. What a wonderful choice for today!

    I played, too. Happy weekend!

  2. i don't know why but lighthouses give that sad feeling. maybe to me it speaks about isolation. though looking at them in pictures, they add beauty to them.

  3. I love lighthouses!

  4. How pretty. I would love to tour it. Sorry I'm a day late getting to your post, but great take on the theme.

  5. Nice pitcher of the light house it looks like a nice place to tour.

    Ms Recipe

  6. Love lighthouses and this one is very cool.


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