Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Lighthouse/ Window Views

Window on ground floor of Fort Niagara Light, Youngstown, NY

This window is on the front face of an grey stone octagonal tower, 61 feet tall.



Lighthouse tower

To see the entire tower (in sepia), click HERE.

See more Window Views...and Doors Too... by clicking HERE.


19 comments:

B SQUARED said...

Wonderful stone work.

Halcyon said...

A very cool window. I bet the staircase inside is fabulous too!

Small City Scenes said...

Great window even with the iron work. MB

Rose said...

Wonderful! What fantastic work. I love seeing stuff like this.

Valerie said...

I love old light houses...especially the history behind them.

Your photographs are beautiful.

Thanks so much for dropping by!

Riet said...

Wonderful tower and windows

cieldequimper said...

A fortified lighthouse?

Patti said...

Cool-looking stone tower and window.

kaye said...

I love the teal with the white brick

Betty said...

I can just see Rapunzel sending her long hair down to her prince.
Great picture.
Hugs ♥♥♥

Manang Kim said...

I love that idea on putting iron rod for protection. Happy Wednesday!

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VioletSky said...

I've only seen this from afar. It looks very sturdy, doesn't it?!

maryt/theteach said...

Marvelous lighthouse with lovely windows, EG! Happy Window Views! :)

Jacob said...

Can you walk up to the top? Love stone structures. I suppose the bars on the window are to repel burglars and high winds?

Dianne said...

I love stone work
second favorite next to red brick
the shape of the windows is great

SandyCarlson said...

That is one incredible place.

Ebie said...

I love light houses! I have climbed up one and the stairway was so narrow.

Great stone work.

Lew said...

Nicely done! Interesting stone work around those windows.

Eden said...

Beautiful tower

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