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Oswego Harbor Lighthouse

posted Aug 11, 2015, 8:01 AM by Phil Spitze
After a long, strenuous moving experience to a nicer, larger townhouse, my wife released me to get back out with my camera. :-)  I was able to meet up with friend and follow photographer Rod Best (http://rod-best.artistwebsites.com/) and we enjoyed several hours at Fort Ontario park in Oswego, NY.  Below are my best shots from the trip.  Enjoy!

A small sailboat enters the harbor with the lighthouse in the background.

A fun little gap in the rocks was creating very reliable spurts of water with each wave.

Same gap in the rocks with a slower shutter speed.

A row of headstones at the post cemetery.  More info:  http://nysparks.com/historic-sites/20/details.aspx
 
One of the breakwaters protecting the harbor.

A common gull soars overhead.

The lighthouse at sunset.

Construction equipment adding to the breakwaters at sunset.

My favorite shot of the lighthouse and breakwaters at sunset.  I like the different lines in the photo.

Thanks!

-PHIL


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