Looking back through thousands of images from oceans and countries around the world it struck me that I’ve taken a lot of pictures of light houses. I believe the attraction is their linked relationship with both land and sea but also because they often stand as isolated and lone sentinels reaching out to guide ships at sea. Here’s one of my favorites.
The Shetland Light is located on a barren hillside jutting out into the sea. It stands watch on a group of islands located between the North Atlantic and the North Sea. The Shetlands, also called the Shetland Islands and formerly Zetland, are an archipelago between Scotland, the Faroe Islands, and Norway. It is the northernmost region of the United Kingdom.
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