I know it’s hard to see, but there ARE doors in these pictures. We got to the beautiful Tybee Island lighthouse as the day was fading, and I can’t fiddle the pictures to bring out the buildings without losing that fabulous sky.
Tybee Island, Georgia, just off the coast of Savannah, is one of my favorite places I’ve ever visited. We didn’t even begin to explore its beauty, but this was a pretty good start!
The Discover Tybee Island website says:
Ordered by General James Oglethorpe, Governor of the 13th colony, in 1732, the Tybee Lighthouse has been guiding mariners safe entrance into the Savannah River for over 270 years. The Tybee Island Light Station is one of America’s most intact having all of its historic support buildings on its five-acre site. Rebuilt several times the current lightstation displays its 1916 day mark with 178 stairs and a First Order Fresnel lens (nine feet tall).
This post is part of Norm Frampton’s Thursday Doors link-up. Hop over and see his post, then click on the froggy link to add your own entry and/or see doors from around the world!
A WRITING PROMPT FOR YOU: What is your main character’s favorite place he or she has ever visited?