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    Default A Quartet of Lighthouses

    Decided to go Lighthousing on the western side of the state on Sunday.

    First up, the Muskegon Lights
    From Michigan Exposures

    Built in 1871, this is the breakwater light

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    This one was built a little while later

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    The Grand Haven Light

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    And the St. Joseph Light

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    I know those light houses well as I grew up with them. I truly miss the sites and the water but I do not miss the winters at all

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    I love lighthouses!! These are great shots, I like them all, it looks megga cold and I'm glad I'm not there. #4 is amazing with all the frozen water. Thanks for sharing - maybe some at different times of the year for comparison?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Minicooper View Post
    I love lighthouses!! These are great shots, I like them all, it looks megga cold and I'm glad I'm not there. #4 is amazing with all the frozen water. Thanks for sharing - maybe some at different times of the year for comparison?
    I think I have some on my blog. At least of the ST. Joseph Light.

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