Here are some of my favorite photographs from around the world, all taken by me. Geographically yours, D.J.Z.
Thursday, June 7, 2012
Bodie Island, North Carolina, USA
Unlike the little lights of Maine, the lighthouses of the Outer Banks are the tallest of towers because the architecture must compensate for the topography. The land itself provides little lift. Being seen out at sea is their function, and stripes are as important to that mission as the lumens.