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Old Hunstanton's Lighthouse.

By Adam_H
Took this shot of the old disused Light house on the cliffs at Old Hunstanton in Norfolk this afternoon.
Me and the family where up enjoying the lovely bright and warm summers day on the coast collecting shells building sand castles, and collecting fossils from the base of the cliffs.
The Light house is now used as a holiday home and is let out to the holiday trade.

The light house was the first in the world to have a Parabolic Reflector fitted in 1776, And it was in constant use between 1665-1921.

Thanks for looking, Adam..

ISO:- 100.
Focal length:- 18mm.
Expo:- 1/80sec.
F/stop:- F/10.

Tags: Norfolk General Architecture Hunstanton Light house Landscape and travel Old hunstanton Worlds first parabolic reflector

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gary_d 13 576 13 Wales
3 Jul 2010 7:29PM
Nicely controlled exposure, glad you enjoyed a nice family day out. - gary
brownsilent 14 7 2 United Kingdom
5 Jul 2010 7:06AM
Beautiful capture, and the sky makes a perfect bg.
Johanna

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