Rounded | Seven Foot Knoll Lighthouse

The Daily Post’s weekly photo prompt this week is rounded.  I have the perfect subject.

While walking the inner harbor in Baltimore I came across this odd lighthouse.  I’d never seen a lighthouse so short, however, seeing as it sits at the harbor and not at the ocean, I guess it makes sense.  See for yourself.

This lighthouse is the Seven Foot Knoll Lighthouse.  It was built in 1856 to mark the entrance to the Patapsco River and the Baltimore Harbor.  I provided a link so you can read more about it.  I didn’t have time to explore it the day I discovered it, nor did I explore it the next time I was in the area.  There are a lot of stairs and I’d hurt my knee (don’t ask lol) so stairs weren’t my friend that day.  Hopefully I’ll get back soon and if there is anything of interest I’ll be sure to share.

That’s it for today.  I hope you enjoyed my interpretation of the “rounded” prompt.  Be sure to let me know what you thought in the comments down below.


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7 thoughts on “Rounded | Seven Foot Knoll Lighthouse

    1. That is what I thought too, however given the area and the fact that it used to be out in the harbor surrounded by water I guess I can see why it’s as short as it is. I guess I’m not the only one used to the tall lighthouses that you see at the coast lol.

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    1. It is quite a bit better now, thanks :). Thanks for taking the time to stop by and leave a comment. I’m glad you liked my interpretation of this weeks prompt.


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