(taken from a Lighthouse in Launcheston,Tasmania, Australia)
I am listening to LDS Radio playing Michael Webb's song "Like A Lighthouse". Someone who rescued him was compared to a light house built on solid stone shedding light to weary seamen who drifted far from home. The song is so true and definitely brought back memories of lighthouses I've seen and the poem comparing love to a lighthouse.
Love is like a lighthouse
When the seas of our life get too rough,
Do not worry,
Love will lead us back to dry land
Couldn't be fitting enough now that I have in some way cordially kissed-and-made up with my prince after my unwillingness and unreasonable keeping-to-myself tendency attack during the last few days.Blame it again on PMS! But because of the love we have for each other, I always expect that we can have a happy ending at the end of the PMS blues!! So grateful for my prince!
I am interested in Lighthouses, although I don't really have visited a lot or taken pictures of them unlike those who made visiting and photographing lighthouses as their hobby. But the lighthouse for me exudes a feeling of safety and beacons light, truth and the male influence.
Recently, I visited the Spanish lighthouse in Corregidor.
1950 (station established 1835). Active; focal plane 193 m (633 ft); three white flashes every 20 s. 14.5 m (48 ft) octagonal cylindrical stone tower with lantern and double gallery, rising from the center of 1-story stone keeper's house. Windows on the four sides of the tower are arranged in the shape of crosses, and light shines through them at night. Buildings painted white.