This shot was taken close by a Downeast lighthouse a few weeks back, with the glowing orb in evidence and a milky sky kind of morning. Trips to lighthouses were always a treats as a kid, but not always for Mom and Dad though. I remember one inauspicious adventure to Portland Head with the fog horn blasting about every 15 seconds or so. The trip back home had them sharing, quite loudly at times, a difference of opinion as the the welfare of young ears so close to such a startling, loud blast. Guess who won that debate?