Hornby Lighthouse, at the entrance of Jackson Bay, leading into Sydney Harbour. The light is also known as South Head Lower Light

The light has been active since 1858, and is currently operated by the Sydney Ports and the Sydney Harbour National Park.

The 30 foot tall Hornby Lighthouse was the third lighthouse built in New South Wales Australia; following the Macquarie Lighthouse in 1818 and Nobbys Head Light also in 1858.

Photographed using my Minolta DiMage 7i DSLR camera.
Set at ISO-100, f/5.6, 1/180 sec.
Focal length of 200 mm.


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