Friday, February 10, 2012

A Friday Filler Entry -OR- Dusk or Dawn?

(Fairmont) Château Frontenac in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada warmly illuminated at dusk (or maybe dawn).


Well, I wrote a full entry but I lack a good lead image and it will take too long to format with colorful fonts, justifying, underlying URL links, etc., and so that entry will likely have to wait until Saturday.

The West Quoddy Head Light at dusk (or maybe dawn) on the coast of Maine near Lubec in Passamaquoddy Native American territory on the border of the Canadian province of New Brunswick. This is the easternmost lighthouse in the United States, which makes sense since West Quoddy Head is the easternmost point in the contiguous United States, on which the Sun first rises.


Again, I should have my other entry posted on Saturday. 


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