The Light's Reflection

© Doug Coleman

The Light's Reflection

Uploaded: February 09, 2007


Nubble Light, Cape Neddick, Maine with special Christmas lights. I captured this image shortly before the sky turned completely dark. The beacon and part of the keeper's house reflected nicely in s very small tide pool.

24-120mm lens set at 48mm. f/16. Exposure 1.5 seconds.


Kathy Radford February 10, 2007

WOW!!! WOW!!! WOW!!! One of the niecest night shots I have seen of Nubble Light with the Christmas lights. Awesome reflections. This is one of the most photographed and painted lighthouse in ME. When you see so many you look for one that is really different and this is it. Great capture Doug. Kathy in NH #602934

Jenny D March 24, 2007

Beautiful job with this! #4092512

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