In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Motion.”
Motion means waves of water crashing over the rocks at the Cape Neddick Lighthouse in York, Maine. This beautiful lighthouse on Nubble Island was constructed in the late 1870’s and is still used today.
Being on an island, the lighthouse itself is not accessible to the public, but you can park at nearby Sohier Park and enjoy the spectacular sights and sounds.
Trip Advisor lists it as #1 of the top 24 attractions in York, ME. Can’t make it this summer? No problem. Come back during the holiday season and see it all decked out in holiday lights. It’s beautiful any time of year. 🙂