Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Lighthouses of Georgia

Georgia Lighthouses

For centuries, lighthouses have been erected to protect ships and guide them safely away from low shoals. Each lighthouse has individual markings make it readily identifiable from a distance. Advancements in technology have replaced many of the lighthouses, however many are operational and most are open to tourists and visitors providing a historic view of time gone by.

Cockspur Island
Tybee Island
Sapelo Island
Cumberland Island
St. Simons Island

Art by Ronald Williams

unused, from 2010

1 comment:

Sandra Henderson said...

cool! I am writting about CUmberland here...