Fine Art Friday: The East Chop Light
The East Chop Lighthouse on Martha's Vineyard. This cast iron tower built in 1878was built by the government to replace privately funded lights built in 1871. It was my last stop before catching the ferry back to the mainland. Along with the West Chop, it helped guide ship along one of the most treacherous waterways on the eastern seaboard.
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