May 18, 2011

Where the Earth ends...

These are the places I live. These are the places I love. :)

 The Saint Elias' cape, the south end of Theodosian bay.

And the Theodosian lighthouse:

It's 112 years old, and it still safes the ships near our dangerous  searshores. I think there is something magic in the nature of lighthouses. Lighthouse. The house of light. Isn't it a miracle - to keep the light in a house?..

10 comments:

  1. Beautiful photos. Great work.

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  2. Hilda, thank you for your words! I'd like to repeat here again that I am amazed with your macros! :)

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  3. dreamy photographs, a wonderful place to walk and be.

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  4. Yes, I am happy to be born and live here. Old, beautiful, wonderful place. :)

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  5. I love how the sky just seems to morph into the sea in the first photo. So very Otherworldly.

    There's a similar view like that just a short walk from where I live, I find it very restorative to go there and breathe the view in sometimes. Thanks for sharing, it's lovely to see where other people live! Such beautiful places to see.

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  6. It's often happens here: the sky and the sea - together, and you can't find the line where one ends and the other starts... :)

    I am sure that we all live in the best places of the world. It's only necessary to have a look, to find this beauty. To love it, and to share with the rest of the world. :)

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  7. :) Thanks!
    I've visited your blog. You also live on beautiful land!

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  8. Wow, what a beautiful place! :)

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  9. It is, indeed. :) I'm in love with it... :)

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