Wednesday, June 8, 2011


Dwarfed by the Pointe aux Barques Lighthouse, a humble brick building resides near the shore of Lake Huron north of Port Hope, Michigan. Though not as noticeable as the tall white tower whose beacon heralded Great Lake freighters into the Saginaw Bay, the individually-sized building continues to maintain a purposeful and functional existence. 


  1. wonderful word-crafting and photo combining. You make me smile :)

  2. I agree with Carolyn. That is wonderful wood crafting... what is that seat made of ... pine # 3 hand crafted to fit the most normally occurring shape that it will incur. Some engineer must have worked with a probablitly bell curve to design the specific curves of the seat.

    Uncle Keith