Marblehead Lighthouse in Marblehead Lighthouse State Park on Lake Erie, Marblehead, Ohio on a fall day, It is the oldest Great Lakes lighthouse having been in continuous operation, since the 1820s.
The name “marblehead,” meaning “marble headland,” comes from the rocky Marblehead Peninsula on which it stands, a headland made of Columbus Limestone, often mistakenly called marble. You can see the rocky headland in this photography, taken at twilight as the sun is starting to get lower in the sky, with a pink tinge beginning on the horizon and turning the rock outcropping shades of pink.
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October 23rd, 2019
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