We wish to thank all of our readers who continue to send in photographs of lighthouses in the fog. If you have some to share, please keep sending them in.
Lighthouse Digest subscriber Rudy Bess, who along with his wife Bev have been visiting and photographing lighthouses for 15 years, wrote the following with the lighthouses in the fog photos he sent, “Lighthouses have a mystic attractiveness of their own. This attractiveness is further magnified when in the fog, especially when you hear the seabirds screeching and you smell and feel the heavy salt air and hear the periodic sounds of the foghorn, along with the clanging of a nearby buoy.”
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