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Sandy Cove offers spectacular views of the Sambro Light... But sometimes when one arrives for the Light there is other light that gets one's attention... So it was with this shot.

The brook was running at a very high level and had carved a new course through the sand of Sandy Cove.
Remnants of the seaweed that generally gets trapped in this area can still be seen everywhere...

And of course in the distance on Sambro Island is Sambro Light < more* on that later, but here is a "preview": ""The interior granite tower, which rises to a height of 44 feet was originally built in 1758. Sambro Light is the oldest working light in North America""

From the point where the brook hits the beach to the Light on Sambro Island is almost two and a half miles or four kilometers.

PS Yes it was "breezin' up"...

* www.nslps.com/lights/lighthouse_page_01.asp?ID=355&SP=2&M=Description

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