09/09/16 Bass Harbor Head Lighthouse

Posted: March 14, 2017 in Uncategorized

I have photographed Bass Light many times. The light is always different. This lighthouse usually draws a crowd at sunset and photographers are sometimes shoulder to shoulder. These images were taken during the month of September when the crowds aren’t quite as bad. The best time is after midnight, always have the place to myself. Pretty exciting when you can only hear the waves against the rocks, but cannot see them. The entire area is covered with a red blanket of light from the beacon.

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Comments
  1. Peter Yasenchak says:

    Beautiful shots. Love your work here in Jersey, but especially your Maine shots. Wish we had some of that coastline and dark skies down here!

  2. Think this is my favorite blog yet. Amazing shots!

  3. Glenn says:

    Simply beautiful photos, Ray! I love the beacon’s reflection!

  4. Ken Curtis says:

    Stunning images, Ray. They were well worth all of your extra effort and hard work to get them.

  5. Thank you for the courage and persistence, to say nothing of your superb artistry, dear Ray, in bringing us these inspiring scenes. I don’t think there’s anything more important to me than beacons!. Best, c

  6. Beautiful shots Ray. I can imagine how peaceful that must be!

  7. Joe says:

    Fantastic work Ray!

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