2017-08-05 126030 WTA Phan4Pro  Detroit : Aerial, ApMadoc, Detroit, Drone, Light House, Lighthouse, Michigan, Milliken Park, Phantom, Phantom 4 Pro, Quadcopter, USA, United States, Wayne County  2017-07-16 27635 WTA 5DM4 : ApMadoc, Au Sable Point, Au Sable Point Lighthouse, Lake Superior, Michigan, National Lakeshore, Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, USA, United States, Upper Peninsula  2017-07-16 27606 WTA 5DM4 : ApMadoc, Au Sable Point, Au Sable Point Lighthouse, Lake Superior, Michigan, National Lakeshore, Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, USA, United States, Upper Peninsula  2017-07-16 27565 WTA 5DM4 : ApMadoc, Au Sable Point, Au Sable Point Lighthouse, Lake Superior, Michigan, National Lakeshore, Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, USA, United States, Upper Peninsula  2017-07-16 27496 WTA 5DM4 : ApMadoc, Au Sable Point, Au Sable Point Lighthouse, Lake Superior, Michigan, National Lakeshore, Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, USA, United States, Upper Peninsula 
2017-07-16 27467 WTA 5DM4 : ApMadoc, Au Sable Point, Au Sable Point Lighthouse, Lake Superior, Michigan, National Lakeshore, Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, USA, United States, Upper Peninsula  2017-07-16 27433 WTA 5DM4 : ApMadoc, Au Sable Point, Au Sable Point Lighthouse, Lake Superior, Michigan, National Lakeshore, Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, USA, United States, Upper Peninsula  2017-07-16 27392 WTA 5DM4 : ApMadoc, Au Sable Point, Au Sable Point Lighthouse, Lake Superior, Michigan, National Lakeshore, Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, USA, United States, Upper Peninsula  2017-07-13 21881 WTA Phantom4  The Manistique Breakwater lighthouse is located in the harbor of Manistique, Michigan. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2005  At the beginning of the 20th century, Manistique was a boom town, with timber and pig iron shipping from the harbor daily. However, the harbor itself was protected only be timber crib piers originally constructed in the 1870s. However, by 1910, leaders in Manistique managed to convince the Federal government of the financial importance of the harbor, and an Army Corps of Engineers harbor expert was sent to Manistique to draw up plans for a concrete breakwater structure. The contract to construct the breakwaters was awarded to the Greiling Brothers Company, and construction was started in 1910.  At the same time, George Putnam, the newly appointed Commissioner of lighthouses, recommended the erection of lights on the breakwater. In 1912, the Lighthouse Service erected temporary range lights on one of the piers. Funding for permanent lights was approved in 1913, and by 1914 permanent lights on the west breakwater were complete. The east breakwater itself was not completed until 1915, at which time work began on the east breakwater light and a station keeper's house at the foot of the breakwater. Construction was completed in August, and the new light was lit on August 17, 1916.  As the century progressed, Manistique's importance as a port waned. The light was automated in 1969, and the original Fourth Order Fresnel lens was replaced with a 12-inch (300 mm) Tidelands Signal acrylic optic. In 2000, the Corps of Engineers replaced the concrete breakwater with rip rap.  In 2012, efforts were made under the National Historic Lighthouse Preservation Act of 2000 to convey the lighthouse to an eligible entity at no cost. When no such entity assumed stewardship of the lighthouse, it was made available for sale via GSA Auctions. The auction closed July 15, 2013, and the lighthouse was bought by a private individual : ApMadoc, Breakwater, Great Lakes, Lake Michigan, Light House, Lighthouse, Manistique, Manistique East Breakwater Light, Michigan, USA, United States  2017-05-24 07907 WTA Phan4Pro : ApMadoc, Lighhouse, Lighthouse, Michigan, South Haven, USA, United States 
2017-04-22 06045 WTA Phan4Pro  Mission Point Light is a lighthouse located in the U.S. state of Michigan at the end of Old Mission Point, a peninsula jutting into Grand Traverse Bay 17 miles (27 km) north of Traverse City. When it was built in 1870, it was an exact copy of the Mama Juda Light (now destroyed), which was built on the Detroit River in 1866.  The foundation is natural and emplaced. The wooden structure is painted white with black trim. The square tower is attached to a dwelling.  A fixed white Fifth Order Fresnel lens was installed. The building was only one and one half stories tall. However, its placement on a sand bank 14 feet above the lake's surface created a lens focal plane of 47 feet (14 m). It was visible from 13 miles (21 km)[citation needed] at sea. Maintaining the dune and protecting it and the lighthouse from the deleterious effects of wave action has been a constant struggle.  For 67 years the light served to warn mariners about the shoals off the point. However, new techniques in offshore construction and the automation of lighthouse illumination made it possible to build a navigation aid on the shoal itself. In 1938, work began on a pier for the new light in 19 feet (5.8 m) of water, about 2 miles (3.2 km) northwest of Mission Point. The light ran on batteries. It was on a 36-foot (11 m) tall tower, and its focal plane of 52 feet (16 m) help make it visible for 13 miles (21 km). It had a 30-second dwell time between flashes, in order to conserve power.  Famously, the lighthouse stands a few hundred yards south of the 45th parallel north, halfway between the North Pole and the Equator. The lighthouse was deactivated in 1933 and purchased by the State of Michigan. There are a pair of signs that denote its location on the parallel, and it is one of 29 places (six are in Michigan) in the U.S.A. where such signs are known to exist. : ApMadoc, Lighthouse, Michigan, Old Mission Peninsula, Sunrise, USA, United States  2017-04-22 06000 WTA Phan4Pro  Mission Point Light is a lighthouse located in the U.S. state of Michigan at the end of Old Mission Point, a peninsula jutting into Grand Traverse Bay 17 miles (27 km) north of Traverse City. When it was built in 1870, it was an exact copy of the Mama Juda Light (now destroyed), which was built on the Detroit River in 1866.  The foundation is natural and emplaced. The wooden structure is painted white with black trim. The square tower is attached to a dwelling.  A fixed white Fifth Order Fresnel lens was installed. The building was only one and one half stories tall. However, its placement on a sand bank 14 feet above the lake's surface created a lens focal plane of 47 feet (14 m). It was visible from 13 miles (21 km)[citation needed] at sea. Maintaining the dune and protecting it and the lighthouse from the deleterious effects of wave action has been a constant struggle.  For 67 years the light served to warn mariners about the shoals off the point. However, new techniques in offshore construction and the automation of lighthouse illumination made it possible to build a navigation aid on the shoal itself. In 1938, work began on a pier for the new light in 19 feet (5.8 m) of water, about 2 miles (3.2 km) northwest of Mission Point. The light ran on batteries. It was on a 36-foot (11 m) tall tower, and its focal plane of 52 feet (16 m) help make it visible for 13 miles (21 km). It had a 30-second dwell time between flashes, in order to conserve power.  Famously, the lighthouse stands a few hundred yards south of the 45th parallel north, halfway between the North Pole and the Equator. The lighthouse was deactivated in 1933 and purchased by the State of Michigan. There are a pair of signs that denote its location on the parallel, and it is one of 29 places (six are in Michigan) in the U.S.A. where such signs are known to exist. : ApMadoc, Lighthouse, Michigan, Old Mission Peninsula, Sunrise, USA, United States  2017-04-21 05918 WTA Phan4Pro  Point Betsie Light is located on the northeast shore of Lake Michigan — at the southern entrance to the Manitou Passage — north of Frankfort in Benzie County in Northern Michigan. Construction began in 1854, but it was not completed until 1858, and began service in the shipping season of 1859. The lighthouse cost $5,000 to build. In 1875, a life saving station was built for $3,000. : ApMadoc, Frankfort, Lake Michigan, Light House, Lighthouse, Michigan, Point Betsie Light, Point Betsie Lighthouse, Sunset, USA, United States  2017-04-21 05862 WTA Phan4Pro  Point Betsie Light is located on the northeast shore of Lake Michigan — at the southern entrance to the Manitou Passage — north of Frankfort in Benzie County in Northern Michigan. Construction began in 1854, but it was not completed until 1858, and began service in the shipping season of 1859. The lighthouse cost $5,000 to build. In 1875, a life saving station was built for $3,000. : ApMadoc, Frankfort, Lake Michigan, Light House, Lighthouse, Michigan, Point Betsie Light, Point Betsie Lighthouse, Sunset, USA, United States  2017-04-21 05852 WTA Phan4Pro  Point Betsie Light is located on the northeast shore of Lake Michigan — at the southern entrance to the Manitou Passage — north of Frankfort in Benzie County in Northern Michigan. Construction began in 1854, but it was not completed until 1858, and began service in the shipping season of 1859. The lighthouse cost $5,000 to build. In 1875, a life saving station was built for $3,000. : ApMadoc, Frankfort, Lake Michigan, Light House, Lighthouse, Michigan, Point Betsie Light, Point Betsie Lighthouse, Sunset, USA, United States 
2017-01-01 01043 WTA Phan4Pro  The White River Light is a lighthouse on Lake Michigan near the city of Whitehall, Michigan. It sits on a thin peninsula of land separating Lake Michigan from White Lake. The building was built in 1875.  Some of the buildings in existence for the lightstation consisted of the tower and attached dwelling, the South Pier-head Beacon light, oil house, woodshed or strage building and Privy. : Aerial, Aerial Photo, ApMadoc, DJI, DJI Phantom, Drone, Lighhouse, Light House, Michigan, Phantom, Phantom 4 Pro, Phantom4Pro, Quad Copter, USA, United States, White River, White River Light, White River Lighthouse  2017-01-01 01954 WTA Phan4Pro  Grand Haven South Pierhead Entrance Light is the outer light of two lighthouses on the south pier of Grand Haven, Michigan where the Grand River enters Lake Michigan. A lighthouse was first lit there in 1839.[3] The lighthouse was put up for sale in 2009 under the National Historic Lighthouse Preservation Act.[4] The City of Grand Haven now owns the pier, but it is maintained by the Army Corps of Engineers.[5] : Aerial, Aerial Photo, ApMadoc, DJI, DJI Phantom, Drone, Grand Haven, Grand Haven Lighthouse, Michigan, Phantom, Phantom 4 Pro, Phantom4Pro, Quad Copter, USA, United States  2017-01-01 01916 WTA Phan4Pro  Grand Haven South Pierhead Entrance Light is the outer light of two lighthouses on the south pier of Grand Haven, Michigan where the Grand River enters Lake Michigan. A lighthouse was first lit there in 1839.[3] The lighthouse was put up for sale in 2009 under the National Historic Lighthouse Preservation Act.[4] The City of Grand Haven now owns the pier, but it is maintained by the Army Corps of Engineers.[5] : Aerial, Aerial Photo, ApMadoc, DJI, DJI Phantom, Drone, Grand Haven, Grand Haven Lighthouse, Michigan, Phantom, Phantom 4 Pro, Phantom4Pro, Quad Copter, USA, United States  2017-01-01 01723 WTA Phan4Pro  The Holland Harbor Light, known as Big Red, is located in Ottawa County, Michigan at the entrance of a channel connecting Lake Michigan with Lake Macatawa, and which gives access to the city of Holland, Michigan.  The lighthouse is on the south side of the channel. There are two modern lights marking the ends of the breakwaters that extend out into the Lake Michigan beyond the lighthouse. : Aerial, Aerial Photo, ApMadoc, DJI, DJI Phantom, Drone, Holland, Holland Harbor Light, Light House, Lighthouse, Michigan, Phantom, Phantom 4 Pro, Phantom4Pro, Quad Copter, USA, United States  2016-11-19 097609 WTA 5DM4  The Muskegon Breakwater Light or South Breakwater Light is a light located on the end of the south arm of the Muskegon breakwater surrounding the mouth of the Muskegon channel in Muskegon, Michigan.  The site is accessible by walking the breakwater. As of Summer, 2015, the light is available to the public for tours.  In 2008 the light became available for transfer under NHLPA, and in June 2010 ownership was transferred to the Michigan Lighthouse Conservancy. The lights and buoys of Muskegon Harbor are maintained by the US Coast Guard Station housed in the lighthouse 3/8 of a mile away, at the mouth of the Muskegon Channel. The light has been in service since 1879. : ApMadoc, Clouds, Great Lakes, Lake Michigan, Lighthouse, Michigan, Muskegon, Muskegon Lighthouse, Storm, Sunset, TPE, USA, United States, Waves, white caps 
2016-11-19 097508 WTA 5DM4  The Muskegon Breakwater Light or South Breakwater Light is a light located on the end of the south arm of the Muskegon breakwater surrounding the mouth of the Muskegon channel in Muskegon, Michigan.  The site is accessible by walking the breakwater. As of Summer, 2015, the light is available to the public for tours.  In 2008 the light became available for transfer under NHLPA, and in June 2010 ownership was transferred to the Michigan Lighthouse Conservancy. The lights and buoys of Muskegon Harbor are maintained by the US Coast Guard Station housed in the lighthouse 3/8 of a mile away, at the mouth of the Muskegon Channel. The light has been in service since 1879. : ApMadoc, Clouds, Great Lakes, Lake Michigan, Lighthouse, Michigan, Muskegon, Muskegon Lighthouse, Storm, Sunset, TPE, USA, United States, Waves, white caps  2016-11-19 011586 WTA 5DM4-Edit-2  The Muskegon Breakwater Light or South Breakwater Light is a light located on the end of the south arm of the Muskegon breakwater surrounding the mouth of the Muskegon channel in Muskegon, Michigan.  The site is accessible by walking the breakwater. As of Summer, 2015, the light is available to the public for tours.  In 2008 the light became available for transfer under NHLPA, and in June 2010 ownership was transferred to the Michigan Lighthouse Conservancy. The lights and buoys of Muskegon Harbor are maintained by the US Coast Guard Station housed in the lighthouse 3/8 of a mile away, at the mouth of the Muskegon Channel. The light has been in service since 1879. : ApMadoc, Clouds, Great Lakes, Lake Michigan, Lighthouse, Michigan, Muskegon, Muskegon Lighthouse, Storm, Sunset, TPE, USA, United States, Waves, white caps  2016-11-19 011057 WTA 5DM4  The Muskegon Breakwater Light or South Breakwater Light is a light located on the end of the south arm of the Muskegon breakwater surrounding the mouth of the Muskegon channel in Muskegon, Michigan.  The site is accessible by walking the breakwater. As of Summer, 2015, the light is available to the public for tours.  In 2008 the light became available for transfer under NHLPA, and in June 2010 ownership was transferred to the Michigan Lighthouse Conservancy. The lights and buoys of Muskegon Harbor are maintained by the US Coast Guard Station housed in the lighthouse 3/8 of a mile away, at the mouth of the Muskegon Channel. The light has been in service since 1879. : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Clouds, Great Lakes, Lake Michigan, Lighthouse, Michigan, Monochrome, Muskegon, Muskegon Lighthouse, Storm, Sunset, USA, United States, Waves, white caps  2016-11-19 011057 WTA 5DM4-2  The Muskegon Breakwater Light or South Breakwater Light is a light located on the end of the south arm of the Muskegon breakwater surrounding the mouth of the Muskegon channel in Muskegon, Michigan.  The site is accessible by walking the breakwater. As of Summer, 2015, the light is available to the public for tours.  In 2008 the light became available for transfer under NHLPA, and in June 2010 ownership was transferred to the Michigan Lighthouse Conservancy. The lights and buoys of Muskegon Harbor are maintained by the US Coast Guard Station housed in the lighthouse 3/8 of a mile away, at the mouth of the Muskegon Channel. The light has been in service since 1879. : ApMadoc, Clouds, Great Lakes, Lake Michigan, Lighthouse, Michigan, Muskegon, Muskegon Lighthouse, Storm, Sunset, USA, United States, Waves, white caps  2016-11-19 009843 WTA 5DM4  Grand Haven South Pierhead Inner Light is the inner light of two lighthouses on the south pier of Grand Haven, Michigan where the Grand River enters Lake Michigan. A lighthouse was first lit there in 1839. The lighthouse was put up for sale in 2009 under the National Historic Lighthouse Preservation Act.[4] The City of Grand Haven now owns the pier, but it is maintained by the Army Corps of Engineers : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Clouds, Grand Haven, Grand Haven Lighthouse, Great Lakes, Lake Michigan, Lighthouse, Michigan, Monochrome, Storm, USA, United States, Waves, white caps 
2016-11-19 009843 WTA 5DM4-2  Grand Haven South Pierhead Inner Light is the inner light of two lighthouses on the south pier of Grand Haven, Michigan where the Grand River enters Lake Michigan. A lighthouse was first lit there in 1839. The lighthouse was put up for sale in 2009 under the National Historic Lighthouse Preservation Act.[4] The City of Grand Haven now owns the pier, but it is maintained by the Army Corps of Engineers : ApMadoc, Clouds, Grand Haven, Grand Haven Lighthouse, Great Lakes, Lake Michigan, Lighthouse, Michigan, Storm, USA, United States, Waves, white caps  2016-11-19 009615 WTA 5DM4  Grand Haven South Pierhead Inner Light is the inner light of two lighthouses on the south pier of Grand Haven, Michigan where the Grand River enters Lake Michigan. A lighthouse was first lit there in 1839. The lighthouse was put up for sale in 2009 under the National Historic Lighthouse Preservation Act.[4] The City of Grand Haven now owns the pier, but it is maintained by the Army Corps of Engineers : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Clouds, Grand Haven, Grand Haven Lighthouse, Great Lakes, Lake Michigan, Lighthouse, Michigan, Monochrome, Storm, USA, United States, Waves, white caps  2016-11-19 009615 WTA 5DM4-2  Grand Haven South Pierhead Inner Light is the inner light of two lighthouses on the south pier of Grand Haven, Michigan where the Grand River enters Lake Michigan. A lighthouse was first lit there in 1839. The lighthouse was put up for sale in 2009 under the National Historic Lighthouse Preservation Act.[4] The City of Grand Haven now owns the pier, but it is maintained by the Army Corps of Engineers : ApMadoc, Clouds, Grand Haven, Grand Haven Lighthouse, Great Lakes, Lake Michigan, Lighthouse, Michigan, Storm, USA, United States, Waves, white caps  2016-11-19 009604 WTA 5DM4  Grand Haven South Pierhead Inner Light is the inner light of two lighthouses on the south pier of Grand Haven, Michigan where the Grand River enters Lake Michigan. A lighthouse was first lit there in 1839. The lighthouse was put up for sale in 2009 under the National Historic Lighthouse Preservation Act.[4] The City of Grand Haven now owns the pier, but it is maintained by the Army Corps of Engineers : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Clouds, Grand Haven, Grand Haven Lighthouse, Great Lakes, Lake Michigan, Lighthouse, Michigan, Monochrome, Storm, USA, United States, Waves, white caps  2016-11-19 009604 WTA 5DM4-2  Grand Haven South Pierhead Inner Light is the inner light of two lighthouses on the south pier of Grand Haven, Michigan where the Grand River enters Lake Michigan. A lighthouse was first lit there in 1839. The lighthouse was put up for sale in 2009 under the National Historic Lighthouse Preservation Act.[4] The City of Grand Haven now owns the pier, but it is maintained by the Army Corps of Engineers : ApMadoc, Clouds, Grand Haven, Grand Haven Lighthouse, Great Lakes, Lake Michigan, Lighthouse, Michigan, Storm, USA, United States, Waves, white caps 
2016-11-19 009477 WTA 5DM4  Grand Haven South Pierhead Inner Light is the inner light of two lighthouses on the south pier of Grand Haven, Michigan where the Grand River enters Lake Michigan. A lighthouse was first lit there in 1839. The lighthouse was put up for sale in 2009 under the National Historic Lighthouse Preservation Act.[4] The City of Grand Haven now owns the pier, but it is maintained by the Army Corps of Engineers : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Clouds, Grand Haven, Grand Haven Lighthouse, Great Lakes, Lake Michigan, Lighthouse, Michigan, Monochrome, Storm, USA, United States, Waves, white caps  2016-11-19 009477 WTA 5DM4-2  Grand Haven South Pierhead Inner Light is the inner light of two lighthouses on the south pier of Grand Haven, Michigan where the Grand River enters Lake Michigan. A lighthouse was first lit there in 1839. The lighthouse was put up for sale in 2009 under the National Historic Lighthouse Preservation Act.[4] The City of Grand Haven now owns the pier, but it is maintained by the Army Corps of Engineers : ApMadoc, Clouds, Grand Haven, Grand Haven Lighthouse, Great Lakes, Lake Michigan, Lighthouse, Michigan, Storm, USA, United States, Waves, white caps  2016-11-19 008767 WTA 5DM4  Grand Haven South Pierhead Inner Light is the inner light of two lighthouses on the south pier of Grand Haven, Michigan where the Grand River enters Lake Michigan. A lighthouse was first lit there in 1839. The lighthouse was put up for sale in 2009 under the National Historic Lighthouse Preservation Act.[4] The City of Grand Haven now owns the pier, but it is maintained by the Army Corps of Engineers : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Clouds, Grand Haven, Grand Haven Lighthouse, Great Lakes, Lake Michigan, Lighthouse, Michigan, Monochrome, Storm, USA, United States, Waves, white caps  2016-11-19 008767 WTA 5DM4-2  Grand Haven South Pierhead Inner Light is the inner light of two lighthouses on the south pier of Grand Haven, Michigan where the Grand River enters Lake Michigan. A lighthouse was first lit there in 1839. The lighthouse was put up for sale in 2009 under the National Historic Lighthouse Preservation Act.[4] The City of Grand Haven now owns the pier, but it is maintained by the Army Corps of Engineers : ApMadoc, Clouds, Grand Haven, Grand Haven Lighthouse, Great Lakes, Lake Michigan, Lighthouse, Michigan, Storm, USA, United States, Waves, white caps  2016-07-30 21423 WTA Phantom4  Sturgeon Point Lighthouse, Harrisville, Michigan : Aerial, Aerial Photo, Alcona County, ApMadoc, DJI, DJI Phantom, DJI Phantom 4, Drone, Lake Huron, Light House, Lighthouse, Michigan, Quad Copter, Sturgeon Point, USA, United States 
2016-07-30 21388 WTA Phantom4  Sturgeon Point Lighthouse, Harrisville, Michigan : Aerial, Aerial Photo, Alcona County, ApMadoc, DJI, DJI Phantom, DJI Phantom 4, Drone, Lake Huron, Light House, Lighthouse, Michigan, Quad Copter, Sturgeon Point, USA, United States  2016-07-30 21376 WTA Phantom4  Sturgeon Point Lighthouse, Harrisville, Michigan : Aerial, Aerial Photo, Alcona County, ApMadoc, DJI, DJI Phantom, DJI Phantom 4, Drone, Lake Huron, Light House, Lighthouse, Michigan, Quad Copter, Sturgeon Point, USA, United States  2016-07-09 95588 WTA 5DSR HDR  William Livingstone Memorial Light   The white fluted marble 70-foot high tower is located on the north end of Belle Isle in the Detroit River. It is the only light in the nation constructed of marble.  Built in 1929 with private donations as a memorial to William Livingstone, who was the president of the Lakes Carriers Association from 1902 to 1925. The plaque on the tower explains that that the light is the gift of the citizens of Detroit and the Lakes Carriers Association.  Livingstone was a popular and prominent resident of Detroit. He is known for his promotion of many navigation improvements on the lakes, including the construction of the separate down-bound channel in the lower Detroit River, which is named after him.  The occulting light is visible for 16 miles to the east. It can be visited and photographed at the north end of Belle Isle in Detroit. : ApMadoc, Belle Isle, Belle Isle Park, Belle Isle State Park, Detroit, Lighthouse, Michigan, North America, State Park, Sunrise, USA, United States, United States of America, Wayne County, William Livingstone, William Livingstone Lighthouse  2016-07-09 95301 WTA 5DSR HDR  William Livingstone Memorial Light   The white fluted marble 70-foot high tower is located on the north end of Belle Isle in the Detroit River. It is the only light in the nation constructed of marble.  Built in 1929 with private donations as a memorial to William Livingstone, who was the president of the Lakes Carriers Association from 1902 to 1925. The plaque on the tower explains that that the light is the gift of the citizens of Detroit and the Lakes Carriers Association.  Livingstone was a popular and prominent resident of Detroit. He is known for his promotion of many navigation improvements on the lakes, including the construction of the separate down-bound channel in the lower Detroit River, which is named after him.  The occulting light is visible for 16 miles to the east. It can be visited and photographed at the north end of Belle Isle in Detroit. : ApMadoc, Belle Isle, Belle Isle Park, Belle Isle State Park, Detroit, Detroit River, Lighthouse, Michigan, North America, State Park, Sunrise, USA, United States, United States of America, Wayne County, William Livingstone, William Livingstone Lighthouse  2016-07-09 95075 WTA 5DSR  William Livingstone Memorial Light   The white fluted marble 70-foot high tower is located on the north end of Belle Isle in the Detroit River. It is the only light in the nation constructed of marble.  Built in 1929 with private donations as a memorial to William Livingstone, who was the president of the Lakes Carriers Association from 1902 to 1925. The plaque on the tower explains that that the light is the gift of the citizens of Detroit and the Lakes Carriers Association.  Livingstone was a popular and prominent resident of Detroit. He is known for his promotion of many navigation improvements on the lakes, including the construction of the separate down-bound channel in the lower Detroit River, which is named after him.  The occulting light is visible for 16 miles to the east. It can be visited and photographed at the north end of Belle Isle in Detroit. : ApMadoc, Belle Isle, Belle Isle Park, Belle Isle State Park, Detroit, Detroit River, Lighthouse, Michigan, North America, State Park, Sunrise, USA, United States, United States of America, Wayne County, William Livingstone, William Livingstone Lighthouse 
2016-05-19 00335 WTA Phantom4  McGulpin Point Light was constructed as a navigational aid through the Straits of Mackinac. The light began operation in 1869, making it one of the oldest surviving lighthouses in the Straits. The light is located on McGulpin Point, approximately 3 miles (4.8 km) west of Fort Michilimackinac : Aerial, Aerial Photo, ApMadoc, DJI, DJI Phantom, DJI Phantom 4, Drone, Lake Michigan, Light House, Lighthouse, Mackinaw City, McGulpin Point, McGulpin Point Light House, Mcgulpin Point Lighthouse, Michigan, Phantom 4, Quad Copter, USA, United States  2016-05-19 00333 WTA Phantom4  McGulpin Point Light was constructed as a navigational aid through the Straits of Mackinac. The light began operation in 1869, making it one of the oldest surviving lighthouses in the Straits. The light is located on McGulpin Point, approximately 3 miles (4.8 km) west of Fort Michilimackinac : Aerial, Aerial Photo, ApMadoc, DJI, DJI Phantom, DJI Phantom 4, Drone, Lake Michigan, Light House, Lighthouse, Mackinaw City, McGulpin Point, McGulpin Point Light House, Mcgulpin Point Lighthouse, Michigan, Phantom 4, Quad Copter, USA, United States  2016-05-19 00323 WTA Phantom4  McGulpin Point Light was constructed as a navigational aid through the Straits of Mackinac. The light began operation in 1869, making it one of the oldest surviving lighthouses in the Straits. The light is located on McGulpin Point, approximately 3 miles (4.8 km) west of Fort Michilimackinac : Aerial, Aerial Photo, ApMadoc, DJI, DJI Phantom, DJI Phantom 4, Drone, Lake Michigan, Light House, Lighthouse, Mackinaw City, McGulpin Point, McGulpin Point Light House, Mcgulpin Point Lighthouse, Michigan, Phantom 4, Quad Copter, USA, United States  2016-05-17 21302 WTA Phantom4 : Aerial, Aerial Photo, ApMadoc, DJI, DJI Phantom, DJI Phantom 4, Drone, Forty Mile Point Lighthouse, Great Lakes, Lake Huron, Light House, Lighthouse, Phantom 4, Quad Copter, USA, United States, Water  2016-05-17 21295 WTA Phantom4 : Aerial, Aerial Photo, ApMadoc, DJI, DJI Phantom, DJI Phantom 4, Drone, Forty Mile Point Lighthouse, Great Lakes, Lake Huron, Light House, Lighthouse, Phantom 4, Quad Copter, USA, United States, Water 
2016-05-17 21228 WTA Phantom4 : Aerial, Aerial Photo, ApMadoc, DJI, DJI Phantom, DJI Phantom 4, Drone, Great Lakes, Lake Huron, Light House, Lighthouse, New Presque Isle Lighthouse, Phantom 4, Quad Copter, USA, United States, Water  2016-05-16 21096 WTA Phantom4 : Aerial, Aerial Photo, ApMadoc, Clouds, DJI, DJI Phantom, DJI Phantom 4, Drone, Light House, Lighthouse, Michigan, Phantom 4, Quad Copter, Sturgeon Point, USA, United States  2016-05-16 21093 WTA Phantom4 : Aerial, Aerial Photo, ApMadoc, Clouds, DJI, DJI Phantom, DJI Phantom 4, Drone, Light House, Lighthouse, Michigan, Phantom 4, Quad Copter, Sturgeon Point, USA, United States  2016-05-16 21081 WTA Phantom4 : Aerial, Aerial Photo, ApMadoc, Clouds, DJI, DJI Phantom, DJI Phantom 4, Drone, Light House, Lighthouse, Michigan, Phantom 4, Quad Copter, Sturgeon Point, USA, United States  2016-05-16 21402 WTA 5DSR  Charleston South Carolina : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, East Tawas, Light House, Lighthouse, Michigan, Railroad Car, Tawas Point, Tawas Point Light House, Tawas Point Lighthouse, USA, United States 
2016-05-16 21398 WTA 5DSR  Charleston South Carolina : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, East Tawas, Light House, Lighthouse, Michigan, Railroad Car, Tawas Point, Tawas Point Light House, Tawas Point Lighthouse, USA, United States  2016-05-16 21396 WTA 5DSR  Charleston South Carolina : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, East Tawas, Light House, Lighthouse, Michigan, Railroad Car, Tawas Point, Tawas Point Light House, Tawas Point Lighthouse, USA, United States  2016-05-15 21257 WTA 5DSR  Tawas Point, Michigan : ApMadoc, Clouds, East Tawas, Light House, Lighthouse, Michigan, Tawas Point, Tawas Point Light House, Tawas Point Lighthouse, USA, United States  2016-05-15 21118 WTA 5DSR  Tawas Point, Michigan : ApMadoc, Clouds, East Tawas, Light House, Lighthouse, Michigan, Tawas Point, Tawas Point Light House, Tawas Point Lighthouse, USA, United States  2015-09-19 79802 WTA 5DSR-4  The Pointe aux Barques Lighthouse ranks among the ten oldest lighthouses in Michigan. It is an active lighthouse maintained by the US Coast Guard remotely, located in Lighthouse County Park on Lake Huron near Port Hope, Michigan in Huron County. "Pointe aux Barques" means 'Point of Little Boats', a descriptor of the shallow shoals and reefs that lurk beneath these waves, presenting a hazard to boats as they round Michigan's Thumb : ApMadoc, Lake Huron, Light House, Lighthouse, Michigan, Michigan Thumb, Pointe aux Barques Light, Rural, Thumb, USA, United States 
2015-09-19 79802 WTA 5DSR-2-3  The Pointe aux Barques Lighthouse ranks among the ten oldest lighthouses in Michigan. It is an active lighthouse maintained by the US Coast Guard remotely, located in Lighthouse County Park on Lake Huron near Port Hope, Michigan in Huron County. "Pointe aux Barques" means 'Point of Little Boats', a descriptor of the shallow shoals and reefs that lurk beneath these waves, presenting a hazard to boats as they round Michigan's Thumb : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Lake Huron, Light House, Lighthouse, Michigan, Michigan Thumb, Monochrome, Pointe aux Barques Light, Rural, Thumb, USA, United States  2015-09-19 79802 WTA 5DSR-5  The Pointe aux Barques Lighthouse ranks among the ten oldest lighthouses in Michigan. It is an active lighthouse maintained by the US Coast Guard remotely, located in Lighthouse County Park on Lake Huron near Port Hope, Michigan in Huron County. "Pointe aux Barques" means 'Point of Little Boats', a descriptor of the shallow shoals and reefs that lurk beneath these waves, presenting a hazard to boats as they round Michigan's Thumb : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Lake Huron, Light House, Lighthouse, Michigan, Michigan Thumb, Monochrome, Pointe aux Barques Light, Rural, Thumb, USA, United States  2015-09-19 79802 WTA 5DSR-2-4  The Pointe aux Barques Lighthouse ranks among the ten oldest lighthouses in Michigan. It is an active lighthouse maintained by the US Coast Guard remotely, located in Lighthouse County Park on Lake Huron near Port Hope, Michigan in Huron County. "Pointe aux Barques" means 'Point of Little Boats', a descriptor of the shallow shoals and reefs that lurk beneath these waves, presenting a hazard to boats as they round Michigan's Thumb : ApMadoc, Lake Huron, Light House, Lighthouse, Michigan, Michigan Thumb, Pointe aux Barques Light, Rural, Thumb, USA, United States  2015-09-19 79771 WTA 5DSR HDR  The Pointe aux Barques Lighthouse ranks among the ten oldest lighthouses in Michigan. It is an active lighthouse maintained by the US Coast Guard remotely, located in Lighthouse County Park on Lake Huron near Port Hope, Michigan in Huron County. "Pointe aux Barques" means 'Point of Little Boats', a descriptor of the shallow shoals and reefs that lurk beneath these waves, presenting a hazard to boats as they round Michigan's Thumb : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Lake Huron, Light House, Lighthouse, Michigan, Michigan Thumb, Monochrome, Pointe aux Barques Light, Rural, Thumb, USA, United States  2015-09-19 79762 WTA 5DSR-Edit  The Pointe aux Barques Lighthouse ranks among the ten oldest lighthouses in Michigan. It is an active lighthouse maintained by the US Coast Guard remotely, located in Lighthouse County Park on Lake Huron near Port Hope, Michigan in Huron County. "Pointe aux Barques" means 'Point of Little Boats', a descriptor of the shallow shoals and reefs that lurk beneath these waves, presenting a hazard to boats as they round Michigan's Thumb : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Lake Huron, Light House, Lighthouse, Michigan, Michigan Thumb, Monochrome, Pointe aux Barques Light, Rural, Spiral Staircase, Spiral Stairs, Thumb, USA, United States 
2015-09-19 79762 WTA 5DSR  The Pointe aux Barques Lighthouse ranks among the ten oldest lighthouses in Michigan. It is an active lighthouse maintained by the US Coast Guard remotely, located in Lighthouse County Park on Lake Huron near Port Hope, Michigan in Huron County. "Pointe aux Barques" means 'Point of Little Boats', a descriptor of the shallow shoals and reefs that lurk beneath these waves, presenting a hazard to boats as they round Michigan's Thumb : ApMadoc, Lake Huron, Light House, Lighthouse, Michigan, Michigan Thumb, Pointe aux Barques Light, Rural, Spiral Staircase, Spiral Stairs, Thumb, USA, United States  2015-09-19 79673 WTA 5DSR  The Pointe aux Barques Lighthouse ranks among the ten oldest lighthouses in Michigan. It is an active lighthouse maintained by the US Coast Guard remotely, located in Lighthouse County Park on Lake Huron near Port Hope, Michigan in Huron County. "Pointe aux Barques" means 'Point of Little Boats', a descriptor of the shallow shoals and reefs that lurk beneath these waves, presenting a hazard to boats as they round Michigan's Thumb : ApMadoc, Lake Huron, Light House, Lighthouse, Michigan, Michigan Thumb, Pointe aux Barques Light, Rural, Thumb, USA, United States  2015-09-19 79618 WTA 5DSR  The Pointe aux Barques Lighthouse ranks among the ten oldest lighthouses in Michigan. It is an active lighthouse maintained by the US Coast Guard remotely, located in Lighthouse County Park on Lake Huron near Port Hope, Michigan in Huron County. "Pointe aux Barques" means 'Point of Little Boats', a descriptor of the shallow shoals and reefs that lurk beneath these waves, presenting a hazard to boats as they round Michigan's Thumb : ApMadoc, Lake Huron, Light House, Lighthouse, Michigan, Michigan Thumb, Pointe aux Barques Light, Rural, Thumb, USA, United States  2015-02-06 63899 WTA 5DM3 : ApMadoc, Crisp Point, Crisp Point Light House, Lake Superior, Light House, Lighthouse, Michigan, Snow, USA, United States, Upper Peninsula, Winter  2015-02-05 63655 WTA 5DM3 : ApMadoc, Clouds, Lake Huron, Light House, Lighthouse, Mackinaw Bridge, Mackinaw City, Michigan, Snow, USA, United States, Winter 
G0081440  McGulpin Point Lighthouse : 2014 Fall Color Trip, Aerial, Aerial Photo, ApMadoc, DJI, DJI Phantom, Fall Folliage, Lighthouse, McGulpin Point, Michigan, Quad Copter, USA, United States  G0071379  Mackinaw City Lighthouse : 2014 Fall Color Trip, Aerial, Aerial Photo, ApMadoc, DJI, DJI Phantom, Fall Folliage, Lighthouse, Mackinaw City, Michigan, Quad Copter, USA, United States  G0071368-4  Mackinaw City Lighthouse : 2014 Fall Color Trip, Aerial, Aerial Photo, ApMadoc, Clouds, Fall Folliage, Lighthouse, Mackinaw City, Michigan, USA, United States  G0071368-5  Mackinaw City Lighthouse : 2014 Fall Color Trip, Aerial, Aerial Photo, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Clouds, DJI, DJI Phantom, Fall Folliage, Lighthouse, Mackinaw City, Michigan, Monochrome, Quad Copter, USA, United States  G0071368-2  Mackinaw City Lighthouse : 2014 Fall Color Trip, Aerial, Aerial Photo, ApMadoc, Clouds, DJI, DJI Phantom, Fall Folliage, Lighthouse, Mackinaw City, Michigan, Quad Copter, USA, United States 
2014-10-07 54319 WTA 5DM3 : 2014 Fall Color Trip, ApMadoc, Coastal, Coastal View, Lake Michigan, Lighthouse, Ludington, Michigan, Sunset, USA, United States  2014-10-07 54225 WTA 5DM3 : 2014 Fall Color Trip, ApMadoc, Coastal, Coastal View, Lake Michigan, Lighthouse, Ludington, Michigan, Sunset, USA, United States  2014-10-07 54122 WTA 5DM3 : 2014 Fall Color Trip, ApMadoc, Badger Ferry, Car Ferry, Coal, Coal Powered, Coal Powered Ship, Coastal, Coastal View, Great Lakes Ferry, Lake Michigan, Lighthouse, Ludington, Michigan, Sunset, USA, United States  2014-10-07 54106 WTA 5DM3 : 2014 Fall Color Trip, ApMadoc, Badger Ferry, Car Ferry, Coal, Coal Powered, Coal Powered Ship, Coastal, Coastal View, Great Lakes Ferry, Lake Michigan, Lighthouse, Ludington, Michigan, Sunset, USA, United States  2014-10-07 54001 WTA 5DM3 : 2014 Fall Color Trip, ApMadoc, Coastal, Coastal View, Lake Michigan, Lighthouse, Ludington, Michigan, Sunset, USA, United States 
2014-10-07 53927 WTA 5DM3 : 2014 Fall Color Trip, ApMadoc, Coastal, Coastal View, Lake Michigan, Lighthouse, Ludington, Michigan, Sunset, USA, United States  2014-01-19 12-47-35 0032-WTA-5DM3-3 : ApMadoc, Lighthouse, McGulpin Point, Michigan, Snow, USA, United States  2014-01-19 12-47-35 0032-WTA-5DM3-4 : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Lighthouse, McGulpin Point, Michigan, Monochrome, Snow, USA, United States  2014-01-19 12-47-35 0032-WTA-5DM3-2 : ApMadoc, Lighthouse, McGulpin Point, Michigan, Snow, USA, United States  2014-01-18 18-06 41101 WTA 5DM3 HDR 1-4 : ApMadoc, HDR, High Dynamic Range, Lighthouse, Michigan, Snow, USA, United States, Upper Peninsula, White Fish Point 
2014-01-18 18-06 41101 WTA 5DM3 HDR 1-2-3 : ApMadoc, HDR, High Dynamic Range, Lighthouse, Michigan, Snow, USA, United States, Upper Peninsula, White Fish Point  2014-01-18 18-06 41101 WTA 5DM3 HDR 1-5 : ApMadoc, HDR, High Dynamic Range, Lighthouse, Michigan, Snow, USA, United States, Upper Peninsula, White Fish Point  2014-01-18 18-06 41101 WTA 5DM3 HDR 1-2-4 : ApMadoc, HDR, High Dynamic Range, Lighthouse, Michigan, Snow, USA, United States, Upper Peninsula, White Fish Point  2013-10-11 11-43 36833 WTA 5DM3  Forty Mile Point Light is a lighthouse in Northern Michigan, in Presque Isle County on Hammond Bay on the western shore of Lake Huron in Rogers Township, Michigan USA. Unlike many Great Lakes lighthouses, Forty Mile Point Light does not mark a significant harbor or river mouth. Rather, it was constructed with the intent that as one sailed from Mackinaw Point to the Saint Clair River, one would never be out of viewing range of a lighthouse.[3] With no river or harbor to use for a name, the light is named on the basis that it is 40 miles (64 km) sailing distance from Mackinaw Poin : 40 Mile Lighthouse, ApMadoc, Lake Huron, Lighthouse, Michigan, USA, United States  2013-10-11 11-39 36769 WTA 5DM3  Forty Mile Point Light is a lighthouse in Northern Michigan, in Presque Isle County on Hammond Bay on the western shore of Lake Huron in Rogers Township, Michigan USA. Unlike many Great Lakes lighthouses, Forty Mile Point Light does not mark a significant harbor or river mouth. Rather, it was constructed with the intent that as one sailed from Mackinaw Point to the Saint Clair River, one would never be out of viewing range of a lighthouse.[3] With no river or harbor to use for a name, the light is named on the basis that it is 40 miles (64 km) sailing distance from Mackinaw Poin : 40 Mile Point, 40 Mile Point Lighthouse, ApMadoc, Lake Huron, Lighthouse, Michigan, USA, United States 
2013-10-11 11-39 36769 WTA 5DM3-2  Forty Mile Point Light is a lighthouse in Northern Michigan, in Presque Isle County on Hammond Bay on the western shore of Lake Huron in Rogers Township, Michigan USA. Unlike many Great Lakes lighthouses, Forty Mile Point Light does not mark a significant harbor or river mouth. Rather, it was constructed with the intent that as one sailed from Mackinaw Point to the Saint Clair River, one would never be out of viewing range of a lighthouse.[3] With no river or harbor to use for a name, the light is named on the basis that it is 40 miles (64 km) sailing distance from Mackinaw Poin : 40 Mile Point, 40 Mile Point Lighthouse, ApMadoc, Lake Huron, Lighthouse, Michigan, USA, United States  2013-10-11 11-39 36769 WTA 5DM3-3  Forty Mile Point Light is a lighthouse in Northern Michigan, in Presque Isle County on Hammond Bay on the western shore of Lake Huron in Rogers Township, Michigan USA. Unlike many Great Lakes lighthouses, Forty Mile Point Light does not mark a significant harbor or river mouth. Rather, it was constructed with the intent that as one sailed from Mackinaw Point to the Saint Clair River, one would never be out of viewing range of a lighthouse.[3] With no river or harbor to use for a name, the light is named on the basis that it is 40 miles (64 km) sailing distance from Mackinaw Poin : 40 Mile Point, 40 Mile Point Lighthouse, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Lake Huron, Lighthouse, Michigan, Monochrome, USA, United States  2013-10-10 16-16 36751 WTA 5DM3  e Old Presque Isle Light was the first lighthouse in the Presque Isle, Michigan area, built in 1840, supported physically by two-thirds stone and one-third brick,[3] and supported financially by funds appropriated by Congress two years earlier of $5,000.[4] The tower and dwelling did not last long in the harsh weather, however, and by 1867 they were deteriorated enough for Congress to find need for a newer station. It presently is not operational and is a museum : ApMadoc, Lighthouse, Michigan, Old Presque Lighthouse, USA, United States  2013-10-10 16-11 36718 WTA 5DM3  e Old Presque Isle Light was the first lighthouse in the Presque Isle, Michigan area, built in 1840, supported physically by two-thirds stone and one-third brick,[3] and supported financially by funds appropriated by Congress two years earlier of $5,000.[4] The tower and dwelling did not last long in the harsh weather, however, and by 1867 they were deteriorated enough for Congress to find need for a newer station. It presently is not operational and is a museum : ApMadoc, Lighthouse, Michigan, Old Presque Lighthouse, USA, United States  2013-10-10 16-04 36698 WTA 5DM3  The New Presque Isle Light was built in 1870, at Presque Isle, Michigan, east of Grand Lake (Presque Isle, Michigan), and sits on the namesake peninsula. It is one of 149 lighthouses in Michigan, more than any other state. Because of changing shoreline particularly, or alternatively deterioration of the original building, it is not uncommon for a replacement lighthouse to be placed in the vicinity of an earlier light, in this case, the Old Presque Isle Light. : ApMadoc, Lake Huron, Lighthouse, Michigan, New Presque Isle Lighthouse, USA, United States 
2013-10-10 16-00 36688 WTA 5DM3  The New Presque Isle Light was built in 1870, at Presque Isle, Michigan, east of Grand Lake (Presque Isle, Michigan), and sits on the namesake peninsula. It is one of 149 lighthouses in Michigan, more than any other state. Because of changing shoreline particularly, or alternatively deterioration of the original building, it is not uncommon for a replacement lighthouse to be placed in the vicinity of an earlier light, in this case, the Old Presque Isle Light. : ApMadoc, Lake Huron, Lighthouse, Michigan, New Presque Isle Lighthouse, USA, United States  2013-10-10 15-27 36670 WTA 5DM3  The New Presque Isle Light was built in 1870, at Presque Isle, Michigan, east of Grand Lake (Presque Isle, Michigan), and sits on the namesake peninsula. It is one of 149 lighthouses in Michigan, more than any other state. Because of changing shoreline particularly, or alternatively deterioration of the original building, it is not uncommon for a replacement lighthouse to be placed in the vicinity of an earlier light, in this case, the Old Presque Isle Light. : ApMadoc, Lake Huron, Lighthouse, Michigan, New Presque Isle Lighthouse, USA, United States  2013-10-10 15-18 36516 WTA 5DM3  The New Presque Isle Light was built in 1870, at Presque Isle, Michigan, east of Grand Lake (Presque Isle, Michigan), and sits on the namesake peninsula. It is one of 149 lighthouses in Michigan, more than any other state. Because of changing shoreline particularly, or alternatively deterioration of the original building, it is not uncommon for a replacement lighthouse to be placed in the vicinity of an earlier light, in this case, the Old Presque Isle Light. - Panorama - Original is 49394 x 5288 : ApMadoc, Lake Huron, Lighthouse, Michigan, New Presque Isle Lighthouse, Panorama, USA, United States  2013-10-10 11-33 36355 WTA 5DM3 : ApMadoc, Lake Huron, Lighthouse, Michigan, USA, United States  2013-10-09 19-10 36282 WTA 5DM3  Tawas Point Light is located in the Tawas Point State Park off Tawas Bay in Lake Huron in Baldwin Township in Northern Michigan. : ApMadoc, Lake Huron, Lighthouse, Michigan, Sunset, Tawa Point Lighthouse, Tawas Point Park, USA, United States 
2013-10-09 19-08 36260 WTA 5DM3  Tawas Point Light is located in the Tawas Point State Park off Tawas Bay in Lake Huron in Baldwin Township in Northern Michigan. : ApMadoc, Lake Huron, Lighthouse, Michigan, Moon, Sunset, Tawa Point Lighthouse, Tawas Point Park, USA, United States  2013-10-09 19-07 36254 WTA 5DM3  Tawas Point Light is located in the Tawas Point State Park off Tawas Bay in Lake Huron in Baldwin Township in Northern Michigan. : ApMadoc, Lake Huron, Lighthouse, Michigan, Moon, Sunset, Tawa Point Lighthouse, Tawas Point Park, USA, United States  2013-10-09 19-07 36247 WTA 5DM3  Tawas Point Light is located in the Tawas Point State Park off Tawas Bay in Lake Huron in Baldwin Township in Northern Michigan. : ApMadoc, Lake Huron, Lighthouse, Michigan, Moon, Sunset, Tawa Point Lighthouse, Tawas Point Park, USA, United States  2013-10-09 19-05 36211 WTA 5DM3  Tawas Point Light is located in the Tawas Point State Park off Tawas Bay in Lake Huron in Baldwin Township in Northern Michigan. : ApMadoc, Lake Huron, Lighthouse, Michigan, Sunset, Tawa Point Lighthouse, Tawas Point Park, USA, United States  2013-10-09 18-55 36126 WTA 5DM3  Tawas Point Light is located in the Tawas Point State Park off Tawas Bay in Lake Huron in Baldwin Township in Northern Michigan. : ApMadoc, Lake Huron, Lighthouse, Michigan, Sunset, Tawa Point Lighthouse, USA, United States 
2013-10-09 18-53 36121 WTA 5DM3  Tawas Point Light is located in the Tawas Point State Park off Tawas Bay in Lake Huron in Baldwin Township in Northern Michigan. : ApMadoc, Lake Huron, Lighthouse, Michigan, Tawa Point Lighthouse, USA, United States  2013-10-09 18-51 36105 WTA 5DM3  Tawas Point Light is located in the Tawas Point State Park off Tawas Bay in Lake Huron in Baldwin Township in Northern Michigan. : ApMadoc, Lake Huron, Lighthouse, Michigan, Sunset, Tawa Point Lighthouse, USA, United States  2013-02-10 12-24 15682 WTA 5DM3  McGulpin Point Light was constructed as a navigational aid through the Straits of Mackinac. The light began operation in 1869, making it one of the oldest surviving lighthouses in the Straits. The light is located on McGulpin Point, approximately 3 miles (4.8 km) west of Fort Michilimackinac. : ApMadoc, Lighthouse, McGulpin Point, Michigan, Snow, USA, United States, Winter  2013-02-08 13-53 14824 WTA 5DM3  Whitefish Point Lighthouse, Michigan : ApMadoc, Lighthouse, Michigan, Snow, United States, Upper Peninsula, White Fish Point, Winter  2013 02 08-WTA-5DM3-6981-Edit-2  Point Iroquois Light is a lighthouse on a Chippewa County bluff in the U.S. state of Michigan. Point Iroquois and its light mark the division line between Whitefish Bay and the western end of the St. Marys River, the connection between Lake Superior and other Great Lakes. : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Lighthouse, Michigan, Monochrome, Point Iroquois, Point Iroquois Lighthouse, Snow, United States, Upper Peninsula, Winter 
2013-02-08 12-16 14684 WTA 5DM3  Point Iroquois Light is a lighthouse on a Chippewa County bluff in the U.S. state of Michigan. Point Iroquois and its light mark the division line between Whitefish Bay and the western end of the St. Marys River, the connection between Lake Superior and other Great Lakes. : ApMadoc, Lighthouse, Michigan, Point Iroquois, Point Iroquois Lighthouse, Snow, United States, Upper Peninsula, Winter  2013-02-07 17-35 14418 WTA 5DM3  Mackinaw City Lighthouse and Mackinaw Bridgee : ApMadoc, Lighthouse, Mackinaw Bridge, Mackinaw City, Michigan, Snow, United States, Winter  2013-02-07 16-28 14376 WTA 5DM3  Forty Mile Point Light is a lighthouse in Northern Michigan, in Presque Isle County on Hammond Bay on the western shore of Lake Huron in Rogers Township, Michigan USA. Unlike many Great Lakes lighthouses, Forty Mile Point Light does not mark a significant harbor or river mouth. Rather, it was constructed with the intent that as one sailed from Mackinaw Point to the Saint Clair River, one would never be out of viewing range of a lighthouse.[3] With no river or harbor to use for a name, the light is named on the basis that it is 40 miles (64 km) sailing distance from Mackinaw Point. : 40 Mile Point Lighthouse, ApMadoc, Lighthouse, Michigan, Snow, United States, Winter  2013-02-07 15-56 14356 WTA 5DM3  The New Presque Isle Light was built in 1870, at Presque Isle, Michigan, east of Grand Lake (Presque Isle, Michigan), and sits on the namesake peninsula. It is one of 149 lighthouses in Michigan, more than any other state. Because of changing shoreline particularly, or alternatively deterioration of the original building, it is not uncommon for a replacement lighthouse to be placed in the vicinity of an earlier light, in this case, the Old Presque Isle Light. : ApMadoc, Lighthouse, Michigan, New Presque Isle Lighthouse, Snow, United States, Winter  2012-11-05 11-46 13609 WTA 5DM3  Sturgeon Point Lighthouse Panorama - Original is 22992 x 3148 : ApMadoc, Coast, Coastal, Coastal View, Great Lakes, Lake Huron, Lighthouse, Michigan, Panorama 
2012-11-05 11-46 13608 WTA 5DM3  Sturgeon Point Lighthouse Panorama - Original is 39711 x 3148 : ApMadoc, Coast, Coastal, Coastal View, Great Lakes, Lake Huron, Lighthouse, Michigan, Panorama  WTA 5DM3 - 2012 08 30 - 2934-Edit-2-2  Eagle Harbor Light is a lighthouse near Eagle Harbor Township, Michigan on the Keewenaw Peninsula jutting from the Michigan's Upper Peninsula up into Lake Superior. This area of Michigan is often referred to as Copper Country, and sometimes as Copper Island. That industry helped create interest in the harbor. : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Coast, Coastal, Coastal View, Eagle Harbor, Eagle Harbor Lighthouse, Lake Superior, Lighthouse, Michigan, Monochrome, USA, United States, Upper Peninsula  2012-08-30 14-55 10629 WTA 5DM3-2-4  Eagle Harbor Light is a lighthouse near Eagle Harbor Township, Michigan on the Keewenaw Peninsula jutting from the Michigan's Upper Peninsula up into Lake Superior. This area of Michigan is often referred to as Copper Country, and sometimes as Copper Island. That industry helped create interest in the harbor. : ApMadoc, Clouds, Coast, Coastal, Coastal View, Eagle Harbor, Eagle Harbor Lighthouse, Lake Superior, Lighthouse, Michigan, USA, United States, Upper Peninsula  2012-08-30 14-55 10629 WTA 5DM3-5  Eagle Harbor Light is a lighthouse near Eagle Harbor Township, Michigan on the Keewenaw Peninsula jutting from the Michigan's Upper Peninsula up into Lake Superior. This area of Michigan is often referred to as Copper Country, and sometimes as Copper Island. That industry helped create interest in the harbor. : ApMadoc, Clouds, Coast, Coastal, Coastal View, Eagle Harbor, Eagle Harbor Lighthouse, Lake Superior, Lighthouse, Michigan, USA, United States, Upper Peninsula  2012-08-28 09-55 09280 WTA 5DM3  Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore is a U.S. National Lakeshore on the shore of Lake Superior in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, United States. It extends for 42 miles (67 km) along the shore and covers 73,236 acres (114 sq mi; 296 km2). : ApMadoc, East Channel Lighthouse, Lighthouse, Michigan, PIctured Rocks, USA, Upper Peninsula 
WTA 5DM3 - 2012 07 02 - 0939-2-4  Round Island Lighthouse : ApMadoc, Lighthouse, Michigan, Round Island Lighthouse, USA, United States  WTA 5DM3 - 2012 07 02 - 0939-2-2-3  Round Island Lighthouse : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Lighthouse, Michigan, Monochrome, Round Island Lighthouse, USA, United States  WTA 5DM3 - 2012 07 02 - 0012-Edit-2  The Grand Island East Channel Light is a lighthouse located just north of Munising, Michigan (latitude 46° 27.010' longitude -86° 37.345') and was intended to lead boats from Lake Superior through the channel east of Grand Island into the Munising Harbor. Constructed of wood, the light first opened for service in 1868. : Alger County, ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Coast, Coastal, Coastal View, Grand Island, Great Lakes, Lake Superior, Lighthouse, Michigan, Monochrome, National Lakeshore, National Park, PIctured Rocks, Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, USA, United States, Upper Peninsula  2012-07-02 08-51 04988 WTA 5DM3  The Grand Island East Channel Light is a lighthouse located just north of Munising, Michigan (latitude 46° 27.010' longitude -86° 37.345') and was intended to lead boats from Lake Superior through the channel east of Grand Island into the Munising Harbor. Constructed of wood, the light first opened for service in 1868. : ApMadoc, Coast, Coastal, Coastal View, Grand Island, Great Lakes, Lake Superior, Lighthouse, Michigan, National Lakeshore, National Park, PIctured Rocks, Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, USA, United States, Upper Peninsula  2011-10-12 14-24 16599 WTA 5DM2 : ApMadoc, Crisp Point, Fall Folliage, Lake Superior Shoreline, Lighthouse, Michigan, USA, United States, Upper Peninsula 
2011-10-12 14-22 16574 WTA 5DM2  Crisp Point Light Station was one of five U.S. Life-Saving Service Stations along the coast of Lake Superior between Munising and Whitefish Point in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. : ApMadoc, Crisp Point, Fall Folliage, Lake Superior Shoreline, Lighthouse, Michigan, USA, United States, Upper Peninsula  2011-10-12 14-19 16553 WTA 5DM2  Crisp Point Light Station was one of five U.S. Life-Saving Service Stations along the coast of Lake Superior between Munising and Whitefish Point in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. : ApMadoc, Coast, Coastal, Coastal View, Crisp Point, Crisp Point Lighthouse, Fall Folliage, Gallery, Lake Superior Shoreline, Lighthouse, Michigan, USA, United States, Upper Peninsula  2011-10-12 14-19 16551 WTA 5DM2  Crisp Point Light Station was one of five U.S. Life-Saving Service Stations along the coast of Lake Superior between Munising and Whitefish Point in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. : ApMadoc, Coast, Coastal, Coastal View, Crisp Point, Crisp Point Lighthouse, Fall Folliage, Gallery, Lake Superior Shoreline, Lighthouse, Michigan, USA, United States, Upper Peninsula  2011-10-12 13-29 16538 WTA 5DM2 : ApMadoc, Crisp Point, Fall Folliage, Lake Superior Shoreline, Lighthouse, Michigan, USA, United States, Upper Peninsula  2011-10-12 13-28 16526 WTA 5DM2  Crisp Point Light Station was one of five U.S. Life-Saving Service Stations along the coast of Lake Superior between Munising and Whitefish Point in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. : ApMadoc, Coast, Coastal, Coastal View, Crisp Point, Fall Folliage, Gallery, Lake Superior Shoreline, Lighthouse, Michigan, USA, United States, Upper Peninsula 
2011-10-11 15-42 16219 WTA 5DM2  Point Iroquois Light is a lighthouse on a Chippewa County bluff in the U.S. state of Michigan. Point Iroquois and its light mark the division line between Whitefish Bay and the western end of the St. Marys River, the connection between Lake Superior and other Great Lakes. : ApMadoc, Fall Folliage, Gallery, Lighthouse, Michigan, Point Iroquois Lighthouse, USA, United States, Upper Peninsula  2011-10-11 15-40 16209 WTA 5DM2  Point Iroquois Lighthouse : ApMadoc, Fall Folliage, Lighthouse, Michigan, Point Iroquois Lighthouse, USA, United States, Upper Peninsula  2011-10-11 11-45 15910 WTA 5DM2  Mackinaw Point marks the junction of Lake Michigan and Lake Huron. Founded in 1889, the Old Mackinac Point Light Station was in operation from 1890 until 1957 : ApMadoc, Fall Folliage, Gallery, Lighthouse, Mackinaw City, Michigan, USA, United States  2011-10-11 11-45 15905 WTA 5DM2  Mackinaw Point marks the junction of Lake Michigan and Lake Huron. Founded in 1889, the Old Mackinac Point Light Station was in operation from 1890 until 1957 : ApMadoc, Fall Folliage, Gallery, Lighthouse, Mackinaw City, Michigan, USA, United States  2011-10-11 11-45 15903 WTA 5DM2  Mackinaw Point marks the junction of Lake Michigan and Lake Huron. Founded in 1889, the Old Mackinac Point Light Station was in operation from 1890 until 1957 : ApMadoc, Fall Folliage, Gallery, Lighthouse, Mackinaw City, Michigan, USA, United States 
WTA IMG 2011 10 11 - 0517-2-4  The Round Island Light, also known as the "Old Round Island Point Lighthouse"[5] is a lighthouse located on the west shore of Round Island in the shipping lanes of the Straits of Mackinac,[9] which connect Lake Michigan and Lake Huron. It was deemed necessary because the island is a significant hazard to navigation in the straits, and was seen as an effective complement to the other lights in the area.[10] Because of its color scheme and form — red stone base and wood tower — it has been likened to an old-fashioned schoolhouse.[11] Ferries regularly pass it on their way to (and from) Mackinac Island, and it is a recognizable icon of the upper Great Lakes. : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Fall Folliage, Island, Lighthouse, Mackinac, Mackinac Island, Michigan, Monochrome, USA, United States  WTA IMG 2011 10 11 - 0517-2-2  The Round Island Light, also known as the "Old Round Island Point Lighthouse"[5] is a lighthouse located on the west shore of Round Island in the shipping lanes of the Straits of Mackinac,[9] which connect Lake Michigan and Lake Huron. It was deemed necessary because the island is a significant hazard to navigation in the straits, and was seen as an effective complement to the other lights in the area.[10] Because of its color scheme and form — red stone base and wood tower — it has been likened to an old-fashioned schoolhouse.[11] Ferries regularly pass it on their way to (and from) Mackinac Island, and it is a recognizable icon of the upper Great Lakes. : ApMadoc, Fall Folliage, Island, Lighthouse, Mackinac, Mackinac Island, Michigan, USA, United States  WTA IMG 2011 10 11 - 0376-2-4  The Round Island Light, also known as the "Old Round Island Point Lighthouse"[5] is a lighthouse located on the west shore of Round Island in the shipping lanes of the Straits of Mackinac,[9] which connect Lake Michigan and Lake Huron. It was deemed necessary because the island is a significant hazard to navigation in the straits, and was seen as an effective complement to the other lights in the area.[10] Because of its color scheme and form — red stone base and wood tower — it has been likened to an old-fashioned schoolhouse.[11] Ferries regularly pass it on their way to (and from) Mackinac Island, and it is a recognizable icon of the upper Great Lakes. : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Coastal, Coastal View, Fall Folliage, Island, Lighthouse, Mackinac, Mackinac Island, Michigan, Monochrome, USA, United States  WTA IMG 2011 10 11 - 0376-2-2  The Round Island Light, also known as the "Old Round Island Point Lighthouse"[5] is a lighthouse located on the west shore of Round Island in the shipping lanes of the Straits of Mackinac,[9] which connect Lake Michigan and Lake Huron. It was deemed necessary because the island is a significant hazard to navigation in the straits, and was seen as an effective complement to the other lights in the area.[10] Because of its color scheme and form — red stone base and wood tower — it has been likened to an old-fashioned schoolhouse.[11] Ferries regularly pass it on their way to (and from) Mackinac Island, and it is a recognizable icon of the upper Great Lakes. : ApMadoc, Coastal, Coastal View, Fall Folliage, Island, Lighthouse, Mackinac, Mackinac Island, Michigan, USA, United States  2011-10-09 16-38 15527 WTA 5DM2  Forty Mile Point Light is a lighthouse in Northern Michigan, in Presque Isle County on Hammond Bay on the western shore of Lake Huron in Rogers Township, Michigan USA. Unlike many Great Lakes lighthouses, Forty Mile Point Light does not mark a significant harbor or river mouth. Rather, it was constructed with the intent that as one sailed from Mackinaw Point to the Saint Clair River, one would never be out of viewing range of a lighthouse.[3] With no river or harbor to use for a name, the light is named on the basis that it is 40 miles (64 km) sailing distance from Mackinaw Point. : ApMadoc, Fall Folliage, Forty Mile Point Lighthouse, Gallery, Lighthouse, Michigan, Rogers City, USA, United States 
2011-10-09 16-00 15508 WTA 5DM2  The New Presque Isle Light was built in 1870, at Presque Isle, Michigan, east of Grand Lake (Presque Isle, Michigan), and sits on the namesake peninsula. It is one of 149 lighthouses in Michigan, more than any other state. Because of changing shoreline particularly, or alternatively deterioration of the original building, it is not uncommon for a replacement lighthouse to be placed in the vicinity of an earlier light, in this case, the Old Presque Isle Light : ApMadoc, Fall Folliage, Gallery, Lighthouse, Michigan, New Presque Isle Lighthouse, Presque Isle, USA, United States  2011-10-09 15-53 15482 WTA 5DM2-2-4  The New Presque Isle Light was built in 1870, at Presque Isle, Michigan, east of Grand Lake (Presque Isle, Michigan), and sits on the namesake peninsula. It is one of 149 lighthouses in Michigan, more than any other state. Because of changing shoreline particularly, or alternatively deterioration of the original building, it is not uncommon for a replacement lighthouse to be placed in the vicinity of an earlier light, in this case, the Old Presque Isle Light : ApMadoc, Fall Folliage, Lighthouse, Michigan, New Presque Isle Lighthouse, Presque Isle, USA, United States  2011-10-09 15-53 15482 WTA 5DM2-5  The New Presque Isle Light was built in 1870, at Presque Isle, Michigan, east of Grand Lake (Presque Isle, Michigan), and sits on the namesake peninsula. It is one of 149 lighthouses in Michigan, more than any other state. Because of changing shoreline particularly, or alternatively deterioration of the original building, it is not uncommon for a replacement lighthouse to be placed in the vicinity of an earlier light, in this case, the Old Presque Isle Light : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Fall Folliage, Lighthouse, Michigan, Monochrome, New Presque Isle Lighthouse, Presque Isle, USA, United States  2011-10-09 15-43 15476 WTA 5DM2  The Old Presque Isle Light was the first lighthouse in the Presque Isle, Michigan area, built in 1840, supported physically by two-thirds stone and one-third brick,[3] and supported financially by funds appropriated by Congress two years earlier of $5,000.[4] The tower and dwelling did not last long in the harsh weather, however, and by 1867 they were deteriorated enough for Congress to find need for a newer station. It presently is not operational and is a museum : ApMadoc, Fall Folliage, Lighthouse, Michigan, Old Presque Isle Lighthouse, Presque Isle, USA, United States  2011-10-09 15-42 15472 WTA 5DM2  The Old Presque Isle Light was the first lighthouse in the Presque Isle, Michigan area, built in 1840, supported physically by two-thirds stone and one-third brick,[3] and supported financially by funds appropriated by Congress two years earlier of $5,000.[4] The tower and dwelling did not last long in the harsh weather, however, and by 1867 they were deteriorated enough for Congress to find need for a newer station. It presently is not operational and is a museum : ApMadoc, Fall Folliage, Gallery, Lighthouse, Michigan, Old Presque Isle Lighthouse, Presque Isle, USA, United States 
2011-10-09 15-40 15469 WTA 5DM2  The Old Presque Isle Light was the first lighthouse in the Presque Isle, Michigan area, built in 1840, supported physically by two-thirds stone and one-third brick,[3] and supported financially by funds appropriated by Congress two years earlier of $5,000.[4] The tower and dwelling did not last long in the harsh weather, however, and by 1867 they were deteriorated enough for Congress to find need for a newer station. It presently is not operational and is a museum : ApMadoc, Fall Folliage, Lighthouse, Michigan, Old Presque Isle Lighthouse, Presque Isle, USA, United States  2011-10-09 15-33 15450 WTA 5DM2  The Old Presque Isle Light was the first lighthouse in the Presque Isle, Michigan area, built in 1840, supported physically by two-thirds stone and one-third brick,[3] and supported financially by funds appropriated by Congress two years earlier of $5,000.[4] The tower and dwelling did not last long in the harsh weather, however, and by 1867 they were deteriorated enough for Congress to find need for a newer station. It presently is not operational and is a museum : ApMadoc, Fall Folliage, Gallery, Lighthouse, Michigan, Old Presque Isle Lighthouse, Presque Isle, USA, United States  2011-10-09 12-03 15348 WTA 5DM2  The Sturgeon Point Light Station is a lighthouse on Lake Huron in Haynes Township, Alcona County, northeastern lower Michigan. Established to ward mariners off a reef that extends 1.5 miles (2.4 km) lakeward from Sturgeon Point,[11] it is today regarded as a historic example of a Cape Cod style Great Lakes lighthouse. : ApMadoc, Fall Folliage, Gallery, Lighthouse, Michigan, Sturgeon Point, USA, United States  2011-10-09 11-56 15325 WTA 5DM2  The Sturgeon Point Light Station is a lighthouse on Lake Huron in Haynes Township, Alcona County, northeastern lower Michigan. Established to ward mariners off a reef that extends 1.5 miles (2.4 km) lakeward from Sturgeon Point,[11] it is today regarded as a historic example of a Cape Cod style Great Lakes lighthouse. : ApMadoc, Fall Folliage, Gallery, Lighthouse, Michigan, Sturgeon Point, USA, United States  2011-10-09 11-56 15323 WTA 5DM2  The Sturgeon Point Light Station is a lighthouse on Lake Huron in Haynes Township, Alcona County, northeastern lower Michigan. Established to ward mariners off a reef that extends 1.5 miles (2.4 km) lakeward from Sturgeon Point,[11] it is today regarded as a historic example of a Cape Cod style Great Lakes lighthouse. : ApMadoc, Fall Folliage, Gallery, Lighthouse, Michigan, Sturgeon Point, USA, United States 
2011-10-09 10-24 15285 WTA 5DM2  Tawas Point Light House : ApMadoc, Fall Folliage, Lighthouse, Tawas Point, USA, United States  2011-10-09 10-24 15278 WTA 5DM2  Tawas Point Light House : ApMadoc, Fall Folliage, Lighthouse, Tawas Point, USA, United States  2011-10-09 10-24 15276 WTA 5DM2-2-4  Tawas Point Light House : ApMadoc, Fall Folliage, Lighthouse, Tawas Point, USA, United States  2011-10-09 10-24 15276 WTA 5DM2-5  Tawas Point Light House : ApMadoc, Fall Folliage, Lighthouse, Tawas Point, USA, United States  2011-10-08 18-06 15218 WTA 5DM2  Tawas Point Light is located in the Tawas Point State Park off Tawas Bay in Lake Huron in Baldwin Township in Northern Michigan. : ApMadoc, Fall Folliage, Gallery, Lighthouse, Tawas Point, USA, United States 
2011-10-08 18-06 15215 WTA 5DM2  Tawas Point Light is located in the Tawas Point State Park off Tawas Bay in Lake Huron in Baldwin Township in Northern Michigan. : ApMadoc, Fall Folliage, Gallery, Lighthouse, Tawas Point, USA, United States  2011-02-09 15-28 07688 WTA 5DM2  Whitefish Point Lighthouse, Michigan : ApMadoc, Gallery, Lighthouse, Michigan, Snow, USA, United States, Upper Peninsula, White Fish Point, Winter  2010-10-17 12-50 06916 WTA 5DM2-2-2  Grand Traverse Light is a lighthouse in the U.S. state of Michigan, located at the tip of the Leelanau Peninsula, which separates Lake Michigan and Grand Traverse Bay. It marks the Manitou passage, where Lake Michigan elides into Grand Traverse Bay. In 1858, the present light was built, replacing a separate round tower built in 1852. The lighthouse is located inside Leelanau State Park, 8 miles (13 km) north of Northport, a town of about 650 people. This area, in the Michigan wine country, is known for its exquisite beauty and is a popular spot for tourists during the summer months. : ApMadoc, Fall Folliage, Gallery, Lighthouse, Michigan, Northeast Lower Penninsula, USA, United States  2010-10-17 12-50 06916 WTA 5DM2-3  Grand Traverse Light is a lighthouse in the U.S. state of Michigan, located at the tip of the Leelanau Peninsula, which separates Lake Michigan and Grand Traverse Bay. It marks the Manitou passage, where Lake Michigan elides into Grand Traverse Bay. In 1858, the present light was built, replacing a separate round tower built in 1852. The lighthouse is located inside Leelanau State Park, 8 miles (13 km) north of Northport, a town of about 650 people. This area, in the Michigan wine country, is known for its exquisite beauty and is a popular spot for tourists during the summer months. : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Fall Folliage, Gallery, Light House, Lighthouse, Lower Penninsula, Michigan, Monochrome, USA, United States  2010-10-16 11-22 06552 WTA 5DM2-3  McGulpin Point Light was constructed as a navigational aid through the Straits of Mackinac. The light began operation in 1869, making it one of the oldest surviving lighthouses in the Straits. The light is located on McGulpin Point, approximately 3 miles (4.8 km) west of Fort Michilimackinac : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Clear Sky, Fall Colors, Fall Folliage, Light House, Lighthouse, Lower Penninsula, McGulpin Point, McGulpin Point Light House, Mcgulpin Point Lighthouse, Michigan, Monochrome, USA, United States 
2010-10-16 11-22 06552 WTA 5DM2-2-2  McGulpin Point Light was constructed as a navigational aid through the Straits of Mackinac. The light began operation in 1869, making it one of the oldest surviving lighthouses in the Straits. The light is located on McGulpin Point, approximately 3 miles (4.8 km) west of Fort Michilimackinac : ApMadoc, Fall Colors, Fall Folliage, Lighthouse, Michigan, Northeast Lower Penninsula, USA, United States  2010-10-16 11-01 06516 WTA 5DM2  Mackinaw Point marks the junction of Lake Michigan and Lake Huron. Founded in 1889, the Old Mackinac Point Light Station was in operation from 1890 until 1957 : ApMadoc, Lighthouse, Lower Penninsula, Mackinaw City, Michigan, Old Mackinac Point Light Station, USA, United States  2009-02-16 00695 WTA 5DM2  The Manistee Pierhead lights are a pair of active aids to navigation located on the north and south pier in the harbor of Manistee, Michigan, "Lake Michigan’s Victorian Port City." : ApMadoc, Catwalk, Gallery, Great Lakes, Lake Michigan, Lighthouse, Manistee, Manistee Lighthouse, Michigan, Pier, Sky, USA, United States  2009-02-13 00066 WTA 5DM2  Mackinaw Point marks the junction of Lake Michigan and Lake Huron. Founded in 1889, the Old Mackinac Point Light Station was in operation from 1890 until 1957 : ApMadoc, Lighthouse, USA, United States, Winter  2008-08-05 25390 WTA 5DM1  Whitefish Point Lighthouse, Michigan : ApMadoc, Gallery, Lighthouse, Michigan, Upper Peninsula, White Fish Point 
2008-08-05 25388 WTA 5DM1  Whitefish Point Lighthouse, Michigan : ApMadoc, Gallery, Lighthouse, Michigan, Upper Peninsula, White Fish Point  2008-08-02 25186 WTA 5DM1  Grand Traverse Light is a lighthouse in the U.S. state of Michigan, located at the tip of the Leelanau Peninsula, which separates Lake Michigan and Grand Traverse Bay. It marks the Manitou passage, where Lake Michigan elides into Grand Traverse Bay. In 1858, the present light was built, replacing a separate round tower built in 1852. The lighthouse is located inside Leelanau State Park, 8 miles (13 km) north of Northport, a town of about 650 people. This area, in the Michigan wine country, is known for its exquisite beauty and is a popular spot for tourists during the summer months. : ApMadoc, Gallery, Grand Traverse Lighthouse, Lighthouse, Michigan, Northport  2008-08-01 25085 WTA 5DM1  Point Betsie Lighthouse : ApMadoc, Gallery, Lighthouse, Michigan, Point Betsie Lighthouse  IMG 20080801 0280-2  Point Betsie Lighthouse : ApMadoc, B&W, Betsie Point Lighthouse, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Lighthouse, Micigan, Monochrome, Point Betsie Lighthouse, USA, United States  IMG 20080801 0277-Edit-bw-2  Point Betsie Lighthouse : ApMadoc, B&W, Black & White, Black and White, Black_White, Gallery, Great Lakes, Lake Michigan, Lighthouse, Monochrome 
2008-08-01 25079 WTA 5DM1  Point Betsie Lighthouse : ApMadoc, Gallery, Lighthouse, Michigan, Point Betsie Lighthouse  2008-08-01 25053 WTA 5DM1  The Manistee Pierhead lights are a pair of active aids to navigation located on the north and south pier in the harbor of Manistee, Michigan, "Lake Michigan’s Victorian Port City : ApMadoc, Catwalk, Gallery, Great Lakes, Lake Michigan, Lighthouse, Manistee, Manistee Lighthouse, Michigan, Pier, Sky, USA, United States  2008-08-01 25052 WTA 5DM1  The Manistee Pierhead lights are a pair of active aids to navigation located on the north and south pier in the harbor of Manistee, Michigan, "Lake Michigan’s Victorian Port City : ApMadoc, Catwalk, Gallery, Great Lakes, Lake Michigan, Lighthouse, Manistee, Manistee Lighthouse, Michigan, Pier, Sky, USA, United States  IMG01815  Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore : ApMadoc, Coast, Coastal, Coastal View, Great Lakes, Lake Superior, Lake Superior Shoreline, Lighthouse, Michigan, PIctured Rocks, Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, USA, United States, Upper Peninsula, Vacation  IMG00765  Lake Superior National Lakeshore : ApMadoc, Area, Lake, Lighthouse, Michigan, Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, Sunset, Superior, USA, United States, Upper Peninsula 
IMG00767  Au Sable Light is an active lighthouse in the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore west of Grand Marais, Michigan off H-58. Until 1910, this aid to navigation was called "Big Sable Light" (not to be confused with Big Sable Point Light[9] near Ludington, Michigan on Lake Michigan or Little Sable Point Light south of Pentwater, Michigan). : ApMadoc, Gallery, Lake, Lighthouse, Michigan, National Lakeshore, PIctured Rocks, Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, Superior, USA, United States, Upper Peninsula  IMG01852  Au Sable Light is an active lighthouse in the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore west of Grand Marais, Michigan off H-58. Until 1910, this aid to navigation was called "Big Sable Light" (not to be confused with Big Sable Point Light[9] near Ludington, Michigan on Lake Michigan or Little Sable Point Light south of Pentwater, Michigan). : ApMadoc, Gallery, Lake, Lighthouse, Michigan, National Lakeshore, PIctured Rocks, Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, Superior, USA, United States, Upper Peninsula  IMG00691  Au Sable Light is an active lighthouse in the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore west of Grand Marais, Michigan off H-58. Until 1910, this aid to navigation was called "Big Sable Light" (not to be confused with Big Sable Point Light[9] near Ludington, Michigan on Lake Michigan or Little Sable Point Light south of Pentwater, Michigan). : ApMadoc, Area, Gallery, Lake, Lighthouse, Michigan, Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, Superior, USA, United States, Upper Peninsula