Tibbets Point Lighthouse is located at the end of Cape Vincent, New York State, where the waters of Lake Ontario flow into the St. Lawrence River, and eventually to the North Atlantic Ocean nearly 1000 miles to the east. On a frigid winter’s night 25 years ago, I visited this starkly isolated, ice and snowbound place; its silently rotating beam offering the only solace on a cold lonely night at the end of the road.
As usual, thanks for viewing, and comments are always welcome. M 🙂
6 thoughts on “Tibbets Point Lighthouse – On The Road”
Ahhh!! The joys of business travel. Side trips!
You must know me, A…, and yes, always on the road in those days having been in the Finger Lakes region, Syracuse and Watertown that day, and would be doing the job in Oswego early the next morning. I had an interesting “office!”
I hope (and think it was) a literal end of the road and not a figurative statement about life.
When I get to that end, I won’t be able to write about it! Thanks for the comment, as usual!
Your photo is incredible beautiful! It has some mystic.
25 years ago would have meant this was captured with film…. Not as easy as today’s digital! Beautiful scene