Who watches The Watcher?

A portrait orientation HDR photograph of the Barnegat Lighthouse at sunset in snow.
Who watches the watcher? — 14mm | f/8 | ISO 100 | EXP 1/13

We had a brief outbreak of light snow today and I wanted to get out to photograph it. With my friends up and their truck accessible, we took a cruise down to Barnegat Light figuring the snow pack and potential salt water ice flows would have something to offer as far as interesting pictures go.

It worked out just so that as the snow was pulling off over the ocean to the east, the sky cast a solemn beige-purple hue to the south west. It was this sky that I wanted to feature with my shot of the lighthouse.

Of note, this is one of my first times photographing Old Barney. I’ve got to get back soon and add this to my list of regular locations.





2 responses to “Who watches The Watcher?”

  1. Lorraine Avatar

    I’ve taken many pictures of Old Barney, but none with such a gorgeous lavender sky.

  2. Greg Molyneux Avatar
    Greg Molyneux

    It was rather extraordinary. I can’t remember seeing a sky of that color either.

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