Admiralty Head Lighthouse by Harry Snowden

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Admiralty Head Lighthouse

Fort Casey State Park – Whidbey Island
Coupeville,Washington

Yashica Mat 124G + Tmax 100 film black and white negative film

This 1903 Spanish-style lighthouse is one of the finest works of renowned, German lighthouse architect Carl Leick, whose motto was: “Build ‘em stout and make ‘em last.” It was built by the US. Army Corps of Engineers with stucco-covered, 18-inch thick brick walls – the last of its kind. Future lighthouses would be built of concrete.

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  • Loisb
    Loisbover 3 years ago

  • fototaker
    fototakerover 3 years ago

    wow!!! i love(d) that camera!! i had two, though one was stolen!! love your square format – how i long for non-virtual negatives again!! what a great image of this lighthouse; i’ll have to get up that way! thanks for the great incentive and congrats on your feature

  • Thanks…The Yashica Mat 124G is still available (used) for about the same price as they were new US $250 +/- …..they are very popular.

    – Harry Snowden

  • fototaker
    fototakerover 3 years ago

    i had purchased mine the last time in the mid-80s for less than $150USD, so I see there’s been a slight increase in price but still well worth it. do you have any problems finding the 120/220 film? i still have my developing stainless steel reels!!

  • Evita
    Evitaover 3 years ago

    Beautiful work!!! Congratulations on your feature April 17th, 2011

  • Thanks Evita

    – Harry Snowden

  • Audrey Clarke
    Audrey Clarkeabout 2 years ago

  • Thank you!

    – Harry Snowden

  • Kimberly  Daigle
    Kimberly Daigleabout 2 years ago

    Absolutely gorgeous capture.

  • Thanks Kimberly!

    – Harry Snowden

  • Audrey Clarke
    Audrey Clarkeabout 2 years ago

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