The two lighthouses shown below are renegades from the LIGHTHOUSES section under the THEMES heading, to which they are linked if you want to know more (or to view lighthouse interiors, a bit of a specialist preference). But you may well just be content to cast a glance at these images, and move on… The sea in photo 3 really is that colour in the sun.
HOPE TOWN LIGHTHOUSE, ELBOW CAY, ABACO
For a detailed description of Abaco’s iconic striped lighthouse CLICK HERE
HOLE-IN-THE-WALL LIGHTHOUSE, ABACO, BAHAMAS
For a detailed description of this remote and near-defunct lighthouse station CLICK HERE
2 thoughts on “TWO HISTORIC LIGHTHOUSES”
The bottom location is fabulous
It certainly is – but very remote. A gruelling 15 mile trek to get there. Not a place to be in bad weather. In early maps (c18) Hole-in-the-Wall is often the only named place on the island, as a navigation point. The birds there are wonderful, tend to be quite tame – they see few bipeds – and include very rare ones. RH