New England Lighthouses Calendar, Wall, Tide-Mark
For ships at sea, the flash of a lighthouse beacon is both a warning of a dangerous shore and a welcome sign. Its distinctive flashes tell its location, and, thus, your own at sea. Light keepers and their families lived in isolated places, often risking their lives in an effort to save others. This lonely, romantic history imbues lights with a special sense of place captured by Paul Rezendes in his very appealing photographs of New England Lighthouses. This 2006 Wall calendar was published by Tide-Mark.
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