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Bell at Monhegan lighthouse by Dave  Higgins
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image was made on Monhegan Island Main. Before the innovation of the foghorn. Lighthouses would use a Bell to warn Mariners. Each lighthouse would have a distinctive sounding bell. If a mariner could hear two bells they could get a bearing on their approximate position.

Nikon 200 f-stop 22 shutter speed 1/100 focal length 200 ISO 100

Tripod, polarizer

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monhegan island, monhegan island main, main islands, main landscapes, state of maine, images of maine, painting state of maine, atr from the state of maine, maine art, dave higgins

Comments

  • Roslyn Slater
    Roslyn Slaterover 5 years ago

    Interesting work. I am wondering what the connection of the bell with the house is. Is it an old school house or church building?

  • Harry Oldmeadow
    Harry Oldmeadowover 5 years ago

    very strong compositon, and a beautiful range of tones

  • Taylor Sawyer
    Taylor Sawyerover 5 years ago

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