The early morning sun contrasts the rusty orange of the Sanibel Lighthouse against the cloudless blue Florida sky. Fishermen dot the water’s edge hoping for a trout or mackerel on the outgoing tide. The light, on the eastern tip of Sanibel Island in Southwest Florida once guided sailors coming to the port of Punta Rassa at the mouth of the Caloosahatchee River.
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Thanks Jake for this week’s Sunday Challenge: From a Distance.
This Post Has 4 Comments
adinparadise29 Aug 2012
Gorgeous photo and descriptive words, Ron. I love lighthouse photos. 🙂
fotograffer29 Aug 2012
Thank you as always.
jakesprinter29 Aug 2012
Excellent photography for this week theme my friend ,Thanks for sharing 🙂
fotograffer5 Sep 2012
Thank you Jake.