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Pt. Reyes Lighthouse --- Pt. Reyes National Seashore

Point Reyes Lighthouse is an historic lighthouse along the Gulf of the Farallones in Marin County, CA.
It is located within the 71,028 acre
POINT REYES NATIONAL SEASHORE ~50 miles northwest of San
Francisco. The lighthouse is a twin of the Cape Mendocino Lighthouse which resides along the Pacific
Coast in Shelter Cove, CA. The light tower itself is a sixteen-sided structure of forged iron plate bolted
to solid rock. It was first constructed and put into service in 1870. Pt. Reyes is, by official records, the
windiest and foggiest point on the Pacific Coast. Click on the lighthouse to see more of my photography.

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"The region...is, of course, altogether valueless. It can be approached only from the south, and after entering it there is nothing to do but leave. Ours has been the first, and will doubtless be the last, party of whites to visit this profitless locality." --Lieutenant Joseph C. Ives comments on his 1857-1858 expedition to the Grand Canyon.

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