A Lighthouse Restored

Originally built in 1820 the Sapelo Island Lighthouse is the second oldest brick lighthouse in the U.S. It sits 5 miles off the coast of Georgia on an island with a remarkably rich history. The tower was damaged by a strong hurricane in 1898 and remained inactive for 93 years. It was finally restored to its … More A Lighthouse Restored

The Bigger Picture

To see the bigger picture you need to be at the top and to get to the top you need time to climb. – Joe Rodriguez Unlike skyscrapers and high risers which, by definition, are “continuously habitable buildings that are taller than 150 m (492 ft),” a lighthouse can be as small as 3 m (11 feet) and as tall … More The Bigger Picture