Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Portland Breakwater Light, "Bug Light"

Portland Breakwater Light, Portland, Maine.
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18 comments:

Guy D said...

I love this capture Steve, looks awesome.

Hope your having a great week!
Guy
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Carletta said...

I'm smiling at the title.
Terrific shot - love the composition!

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J Bar said...

Nicely composed shot.

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Kelly said...

I like the frilliness and crisp white of the lighthouse contrasted with the industrial feel of the ship.

luna miranda said...

great composition! love the texture of the rocks.

2sweetnsaxy said...

What a shot! That huge ship seems to dwarf the lighthouse.

SAPhotographs (Joan) said...

WOW!! Some size container ship too Steve. Lovely picture of the two together like that.

Chris said...

beautiful shot Steve. The light house is wonderful.

Eve said...

I've seen that one in person Steve!!

Pam said...

Steve, All your blog photos are amazing and this one is awesome.

Thanks for visiting. I think you are right about the sea bird in my photo.

ms toast burner said...

Bud Light... heehee...

I can almost feel the fresh sea air. Wonderful photo.

Tammie Lee said...

That is one huge ship. Love the way you have shot this image on such a lovely day.

NCmountainwoman said...

Lovely shot! Everyone else must know the answer, but why is it called the "Bug Light?"

Neil Tasker said...

Thanks for your comments Steve. I'm seriously amazed at your skills with a camera. A total inspiration.

Mary Elizabeth said...

Beautiful photo.

Have a great weekend
Mary Elizabeth Blog.

N1TOX said...

Ah yes, Bug Light in the sunshine. A great light to welcome the ships home in Portland. It's a great shot Steve and you know how much I love the lights! Another great shot!

People with Cameras said...

Beautiful photo! I love the lighthouse - and the size of that ship is amazing.

matthew houskeeper said...

I spent a semester in Portland years ago. I visited the Portland and Scarborough lights, but I never saw this one up close.
Excellent photo.

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