Cape Neddick Light (Nubble Light)

© Peter J. Goodin

Cape Neddick Light (Nubble Light)

Uploaded: November 22, 2005


F11, 1/60, Tamron 28mm, Nubble Light Park ME, Jul 16 05, 1:13pm. Built in 1879, southermost light in Maine, on a rock island, one of the most popular attractiona along the Maine coast, 41' cast iron tower, flashes every six seconds(red), 88' above water. One light house keeper use to have a cat that swam to the main land now and then.


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