Since I don't have much to say today I thought I'd share a small handful of photos. This first one to the left is the Marblehead Lighthouse in Marblehead, OH. I could be wrong but I believe it's the oldest lighthouse on the Great Lakes, or at least the oldest on the US side of the Great Lakes. I took the photo on a Kodak DC-50. Which was/is basically one of the first generations of digital cameras. It might have been a 1MP camera. I don't really recall. I took the photo in June 2001 while on a date with my then-girlfriend. We were on our way back to my apartment in Sandusky after a day @ Put-in-Bay (aka South Bass Island). We were in no particular hurry so we were taking our time and decided to stop and enjoy the lighthouse. This is/was also a popular spot to watch the fireworks over Cedar Point amusement park which are/were visible from this nice little patch of land.
This one was taken in late February or early March 2000. I was in Florida with my parents. We'd been to a couple of museums in St. Petersburg and were literally "racing" to the beach in order to make it in time to watch the sun set on the gulf. We got there just in time.