Moon over Scurdie Ness Lighthouse on the headland of River South Esk estuary in Montrose - Angus, Scotland
Scurdie Ness Lighthouse located on the South side of the River South Esk estuary, Montrose, Angus, Scotland. Scurdie is a local word for the volcanic rock found there. On Tuesday 1 March 1870 the tower was lit for the first time.
Moon, lighthouse, sea - would love to be where this is.
A light house can serve as a warning to stay clear because of dangerous waters, or they can act as a beacon guiding you to a safe harbor.
Sean Chess of Coldwater has been announced as the winner of the Pure Michigan Moments Photo Contest. This photo of the St. Joseph Lighthouse in St. Joseph, Michigan will be featured in the 2013 Pure Michigan Travel Guide.