Early this Saturday morning (3/12/16,) I spent a few hours in the solitude of this lighthouse (by the inlet of the same name,) during its “dark” hours – the time when the only light is from the sweeping Fresnal lens on top.
A special thanks to Jen Khordi, for her remarkable photographic talent and inspiration.
5:02 AM: ABOVE – Jupiter is beautiful, just right of the lighthouse, and the glow of Waretown some 4 1/2 miles away.
5:34 AM, ABOVE – Local morning twilight is now well underway, here looking across the inlet and over the Atlantic Ocean.
6:12 AM, ABOVE – Barnegat Light as seen 4.3 mi away, looking east from across the Bay in Waretown. Note the high thin clouds.
6:16 AM Sunrise. Time to head home.
As usual, click on the image for a closer look, and thanks for viewing. Comments are always welcome. M 🙂