Seven Foot Knoll Lighthouse

Seven-Foot-Knoll-Lighthouse

The Seven Foot Knoll Lighthouse was built in 1855 and is one of the oldest screw-pile lighthouses. It was initially installed on the Patapsco River. The northern reach of this river is the Baltimore Harbor, where the lighthouse is now located as a museum.

The lighthouse gave me an impression of simplicity so I wanted to replicate that in the photograph.

Thanks for reading and happy shooting,

Scott

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  1. Love these kind of light houses. One of my favorite photographs is of Thomas Shoal Pointe in the Chesapeake. I’m not typically drawn to light houses. But I am drawn to industrial looking things, and the screw-pile style lighthouses are fantastic.

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