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Mull of Galloway Lighthouse

By Natzdad
Perched high on top of the cliffs of Scotlandís most southerly point, known as Stevenson Tower, was built by Robert Stevenson. It took 2 years to build, work commencing in 1828 and was first lit in 1830. The tower stands 26 metres high, and the actual light is 99 metres above sea level. On a clear night the light can be seen for some 28 miles distance.

Tags: Transport Architecture Landscape and travel

Voters: CarolG, User_Removed, ChrisOs and 9 more


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CarolG 12 199 20 Greece
17 Nov 2011 3:49PM
An excellent composition and capture. Carol

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DilysT 8 2 United Kingdom
17 Nov 2011 4:02PM
That's lovely... I'm a big fan of lighthouses and never seen this one .. thanks for showing Smile
RonnieAG Plus
9 154 118 Scotland
17 Nov 2011 4:22PM
The top of the wall acts as a pointer to the tower and replicates it's overall shape: well chosen viewpoint, making for a strong image compositionally, Michael.
Ronnie.
cabmanstu 8 7 United Kingdom
17 Nov 2011 4:44PM
Nice composition...the wall makes it !

Stu.

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