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Sun Reflection on Glass Jupiter Lighthouse Coastal Landscape Photo Fine Art Canvas & Unframed Wall Art Prints for your living rooms, bedrooms, dining rooms, dens and more.

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Sun Reflection on Glass Jupiter Lighthouse Coastal Landscape Photo Fine Art Canvas & Unframed Wall Art Prints

Sun Reflection on Glass Jupiter Lighthouse Coastal Landscape Photo Fine Art Canvas & Unframed Wall Art Prints

Sun Reflection on Glass Jupiter Lighthouse Coastal Landscape Photo Fine Art Canvas & Unframed Wall Art Prints
Sun Reflection on Glass Jupiter Lighthouse Coastal Landscape Photo Fine Art Canvas & Unframed Wall Art Prints

About This Photo: “Sun Reflection on Glass Jupiter Lighthouse” is a beautiful image of the golden light of the glowing sun shining off the triangular glass window panes of the Jupiter Lighthouse located in Jupiter Florida.

Title: Sun Reflection on Glass Jupiter Lighthouse
Landscape Photographer: Melissa Fague
Genre: Architectural / Nature Photography
Item ID#: ARCH-0002
Main colors of this photograph: Black, Blue and Yellow

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Landscape Photo of the Day: From Afar by Rey Gonzales Ferino

Coastal Lighthouse, landscape photo "From Afar" by Landscape photographer Rey Gonzales Ferino on 500px.com

From Afar by landscape photographer Rey Gonzales Ferino

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Landscape Photography: Reedy Island Light Station

A landscape photograph of the Reedy Point Rear Range (Lighthouse) against a clear winter blue sky right before the sun set. The Reedy Point Rear Range is located on Taylor’s Bridge Rd in Townsend, Delaware.  Title: Reedy Point Rear Range Winter Photographer: Melissa Fague Genre: Landscape Photography

A landscape photograph of the Reedy Point Rear Range (Lighthouse) against a clear winter blue sky right before the sun set. The Reedy Point Rear Range is located on Taylor’s Bridge Rd in Townsend, Delaware.

Title: Reedy Point Rear Range Winter
Photographer: Melissa Fague
Genre: Landscape Photography
This Landscape Photo is available as Prints, Digital downloads and Canvas Gallery wraps

The Reedy Island Rear Range is one of several range lights that were built as part of a channel dredging project in the early 1900s along the Delaware River. The channel was built heading north from the Atlantic Ocean towards Philadelphia Pennsylvania; the channel is made a series of turns which lies close to the Delaware shore off Port Penn. All along the channel (the Delaware River) between the turns and the sediment navigation up and down the channel was a challenge in the early years. The Delaware River was one of the first locations in the US which employed the use of steel in the lighthouse and range construction. Because of the soft coastline along the Delaware shores permanent lighthouses could not withstand erosion and every time the channel was dredged the lighthouses would have to be moved. The use of steel allowed the engineers to move the structures fairly easily (in comparison to a wooden or concrete structure).

There was once a keeper’s house and shed that stood near the tower all of which were built in 1906 with funds from the original appropriation for the range. Eventually the light was automated and a keeper was no longer needed on the property so the house fell into disarray. The light station is still in use today but the light keeper’s house was destroyed in a fire in 2002 and the shed has seen better days.

reedy island rear

Photograph courtesy U.S. Coast Guard

The Reedy Island Light Station was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1989.

Landscape Photography: Reedy Island Light Station

Reedy Point Rear Range Winter Photograph created by Melissa Fague.

A landscape photograph of the Reedy Point Rear Range (Lighthouse) against a clear winter blue sky right before the sun set. The Reedy Point Rear Range is located on Taylor’s Bridge Rd in Townsend, Delaware.

Title: Reedy Point Rear Range Winter
Photographer: Melissa Fague
Genre: Landscape Photography
This Landscape Photo is available as Prints, Digital downloads and Canvas Gallery wraps

The Reedy Island Rear Range is one of several range lights that were built as part of a channel dredging project in the early 1900s along the Delaware River. The channel was built heading north from the Atlantic Ocean towards Philadelphia Pennsylvania; the channel is made a series of turns which lies close to the Delaware shore off Port Penn. All along the channel (the Delaware River) between the turns and the sediment navigation up and down the channel was a challenge in the early years. The Delaware River was one of the first locations in the US which employed the use of steel in the lighthouse and range construction. Because of the soft coastline along the Delaware shores permanent lighthouses could not withstand erosion and every time the channel was dredged the lighthouses would have to be moved. The use of steel allowed the engineers to move the structures fairly easily (in comparison to a wooden or concrete structure).

There was once a keeper’s house and shed that stood near the tower all of which were built in 1906 with funds from the original appropriation for the range. Eventually the light was automated and a keeper was no longer needed on the property so the house fell into disarray. The light station is still in use today but the light keeper’s house was destroyed in a fire in 2002 and the shed has seen better days.

reedy island rear

Photograph courtesy U.S. Coast Guard

The Reedy Island Light Station was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1989.

Weekly Photo Challenge: Grid

Reedy Point Rear Range Winter Photograph created by Melissa Fague.

A landscape photograph of the Reedy Point Rear Range (Lighthouse) against a clear winter blue sky just right before the sun set. The Reedy Point Rear Range is located on Taylor’s Bridge Rd in Townsend Delaware. This image is part of the Daily Posts Weekly Photo Challenge: Grid.
Photographer: Melissa Fague