Hennell James Photography blogs - Lower Lighthouse Dovercourt

Hennell James Photography issues a new blog with an image of Dovercourt Lighthouse
Jan. 21, 2011 - PRLog -- The 19th of January brought the prospect of the sun setting in the west as the full moon rose in the east.  I hoped to capture the moon rising behind the Lower Lighthouse at Dovercourt lit by the setting sun.  The sun played its part but the moon stayed behind the bank of cloud out to sea.  Maybe the moon will play next time...

Built in 1863 the Dovercourt Lighthouses formed a pair of leading lights.  A ship out to sea could position the high light on the shore above the low light.  Heading on this line would guide the vessel safely into harbour.  Though the lights were taken out of service in 1917 after buoys were laid to mark the channel, they remain a landmark on the coast of North Essex.

If you’d like to see more of my landscape works then take a look at http:/www.hennelljameslandscapes.co.uk.

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Jeremy Hennell James is a wedding, portrait and landscape photographer based in East Anglia. Weddings & portraits capture memories in a moment. Jeremy’s landscapes, often including water, adding an ethereal look to a scene.
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