January Light: lighthouse

Becky’s January Squares challenge is words ending in light, so you might think lighthouse doesn’t qualify. I was going to include a lighthouse anyway – I like them! – under the category of a special kind of lamplight, then Kaz came up with the concept of guiding-light. Perfect! This guidinglight is on the Firth of Clyde at Port Glasgow. Tomorrow’s post is a variation on the theme.

33 thoughts on “January Light: lighthouse

  1. Karen / Elizabeth January 11, 2020 / 22:48

    Nice shot! I especially like the long rippling reflection in the still water.


  2. edgar62 January 11, 2020 / 22:33

    Our lighthouse is about 40 klms away and since it is still a working (automatic) lighthouse, we can’t go into it. I would love to go to the top of it – I think the view over the Gulf and back to the town would be fantastic.


  3. Dr Sock January 11, 2020 / 21:47

    That chequered pattern is quite unique.



  4. Heyjude January 11, 2020 / 19:58

    Love your composition of your guiding-light 🙂


  5. Eunice January 11, 2020 / 16:59

    I like lighthouses too, especially those you can go in and up to the top. I like the pattern on the outside of this one, certainly different to the usual red and white horizontal stripes 🙂


  6. restlessjo January 11, 2020 / 16:09

    Looks chilly, Anabel, but a lovely shot 🙂 🙂


  7. Pit January 11, 2020 / 15:16

    Mary and I like lighthouses, too – very much so. We hope to be able to some time stay in one that has been converted to a B&B. I understand the National Trust rents out some.
    Have a great weekend,


  8. Erica/Erika January 11, 2020 / 14:03

    I love the word “guiding-light,” Anabel. Perfect for a lighthouse. This setting and lighthouse is beautiful!


  9. Yeah, Another Blogger January 11, 2020 / 12:35

    Don’t think I’ve ever seen a lighthouse with such a vivid exterior pattern. It’s a work of art!


  10. BeckyB January 11, 2020 / 10:53

    hee hee you made me laugh!

    Great shot, your guiding-light looks like it is floating on the water


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