Beacons of Fire: Bass Harbor Head Light Station

For all the posts in the Beacons of Fire Series, go here.

Prologue: I love Nora Roberts books, well her books mostly those that she wrote prior to 2009. One of her book is the 1985 romantic novel, One Man’s Art, fourth in her longest series, The McGregor Series. The hero of the story, Grant Campbell, is a loner, rude, surly and impossible, who lives in an old lighthouse. Genevieve Grandeau literally lands on his doorstep during one particular stormy night. The story that follows between Grant and Gennie is what inspired me to look at lighthouses in a different light.

Inspired by this book by Nora Roberts, here I present you my Beacons of Fire Series. Next is the Bass Harbor Head Light Station from Bass Harbor, Maine

A couple years ago I was at Acadia National park during the summer with a friend and her family. We took the opportunity to see the Bass Harbor Head Light Station in Bass Harbor, Maine. However the lighthouse is a private residence now. So we went on the rocky path to look at the lighthouse from the sea’s point of view. Rocky path didn’t take me far, but my friend went much closer to get me this picture. The fog only added more charm to this lighthouse originally built in 1876

This is how far I had gone down. You can see the lighthouse peaking from the tree tops. 😛

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