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Nubble Light, Cape Neddick

Every year this light house is decorated for the holiday season. This year (2004) over 3,000 persons showed up for the first lighting. The lights are usually turned on at 4pm. I made it there about a week after the first lighting and after the snow. The time was after 5:30pm, the wind was 15 to 20 mph, and the temperature about 10 above zero.

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Michael Edwards23-May-2014 01:56
firstbrook29-Nov-2013 22:34
great image ...just right for Christmas
Zane Paxton23-Sep-2008 06:44
Classically beautiful!
Guest 29-Aug-2007 20:48
To me this is winter wonderland. There's nothing quite like the blue tones of a winter's night and in this you've achieved a great balance between the ground and the sky.
Ian Dalgliesh21-Jan-2007 09:34
The lights make it look a little bizarre,sorry to rad of your falls in the snow.
Guest 09-Oct-2006 13:09
Lovely Shot!
Yiannis Pavlis18-Jul-2006 00:39
a really beautifull photo.nicely composed with excellent color.
Mostafa Moftah14-Jul-2006 17:46
Great composition and treatment.. ~Voted~
inti06-Apr-2006 02:23
A wonderful image. Love the strong white of the building against the bluish cast. Wonderful detail and post work. This must be terrific in full size.
Regards Rob
Guest 27-Nov-2005 16:03
so this is were Santa lives Only one thing missing in this shot Christmastrees!
J Visser
Tom Narwid20-Nov-2005 04:57
Great Image
james200223-Oct-2005 16:50
Marlisa Mills 18-Oct-2005 18:54
Amazing photos - I tried to capture Nubble Light with the snow at Christmas but never could get it right. Your work is wonderful! It looks like a painting, with the colors so stunning! Thanks for sharing!
Matthew Lin 07-May-2005 13:32
This is a stunning image. I like the mood and the colour of this shot. Also thanks for your kind comments about my homepage.
Fred Parsons08-Mar-2005 19:03
I just had to move my laptop and the external hard drive with the data you wished is with the raw file on this. But it was pretty dark and so a long exposure. I also used the little flash on the Rebel and then in photoshop had to make some other balancing adjustments to the rocks on the right as they were pretty dark.
roberta08-Mar-2005 16:23
Stunning shot! I'd love to see your exif data. Which program are you using to process your images?