To be honest, I'm a little disappointed in the Light Houses here in Florida,as I did my background research,I found what is out there, is not what I'm used to. However I started anyway,in spite of the photographic quality I ran into in the research.
Out in the field 2 days, in the northern most part of the east coast of Florida,I shot 5 lighthouses,from Amelia Island south.
GPS sure made my life easier and less stressful,got me to where I wanted to go without missing a beat,even on the ferry crossing "She" I call her her "Miss Jared" was barking out directions.
30 LH's if my count is correct. Some because of seasonal restraints I may not be able to visit.
Ok first venture out:
Sept 17--18 2010
Mal,Bear and I left Clearwater at 6am and arrived at Ponce De Leon Inlet LH and started working the shutters at 0839. Speaking of shutters,I had a task at hand,I wanted to compare shots from 3 CAMERAS.The 3 where, the little Panny ZS7
And the Panny G1 with 45x200mm
The drill was to take the same capture with each...hmmmmmm
Don't laugh it worked out pretty well.
Ponce de Leon Inlet Lighthouse
The Ponce de Leon Inlet Lighthouse is located at 4931 S. Peninsula Dr., Ponce Inlet, FL at the end of the peninsula, south of Daytona Beach.