Mukilteo Lighthouse in Mukilteo WA
These were shot yesterday during the sun break from the week of rain. CC welcome as always. These were shot with the G1 X and I am on the fence about the new camera as the current model fits my need currently.
Thanks for looking!
Nice shots Mike, I always like lighthouses. No need for you to look at other cameras (yet)
Your G1 X should give you a few more years of pleasure.
To keep my brain active I'm looking forward to my next trip. So much to see yet and not enough time.
Nice shooting, Mike. As a fellow G1X owner, I share your enthusiasm for this camera. I might buy a G1X II just for the heck of it and not because I really need it (shhhhh...my wife does not need to know that last part).
Great camera. Waiting for G1X price drop in coming months and get one.
Nice images. Have passed by it many times, visiting Whidbey. Glad to see some blue skies up there.
Thanks for the kind comments - the following url will take you to the US Lighthouse society page where you can access lighthouse vacation rentals that are available:
Great images Mike. The lighthouse is certainly well kept. We have a few left here on the Great Lakes, but none so beautiful.
Very nice captures.
The lighthouse is one of my favorite subjects to photograph when I visit and stay at the Silver Cloud.
I really like my G1X, great for traveling light.
I hope you don't mind if I include one of my favorite photos of the lighthouse taken with my G1X.
Sorry don't know you first name but this is a great job of controlled lighting between light/shadow. Your technique on this photo draws you into the picture trying to peer around the corners to see what is coming next.
thanks for posting this here.
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