Marblehead Lighthouse State Park on Lake Erie during the blue hour just before sunset, Marblehead, Ohio, September, 2018. It is the oldest Great Lakes lighthouse in continuous operation, since 1822. 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.
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February 11th, 2019
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