My Daemon Persaon

Friday, July 27, 2007

Lighthouses of Caledon & Steelhead

Sometimes it's nice to find a beacon that guides one from the burdens that press so darkly upon the heart. What I needed was some light to shine its way through the fogs and troubled waters of hopes dashed, and a heart drowning in the oceans of sorrow. What better a symbol of hope to sailors fearful of being awashed upon the treacherous shoals of life, than the welcoming ray of warmth emanating from a stately lighthouse. And so, to honour those fellow Caledonians and Steelheadians who have reached out their arms of love to me, and pulled me in safe from the storm, I give you this gift...the lighthouses of Steelhead and Caledon. It was a project I had begun several days prior, and thought now was a fitting time to finish it.
I would like to give a special thanks to Lady "Whoop-ass" Protector Diamanda Gustavson, who went with me on most of this journey of the soul photography yesterday evening, giving me her company and a ready ear! Another thanks goes to Major Erasmus Margulis, who offered me the sanctuary of his lighthouse. I don't think he expected me to use it in this way. *smiles softly*

Kattryn Severin's Lighthouse in Steelhead
Joni Vargas' Lighthouse in The Moors

Ordinal Malaprop's Steampunk Lighthouse in Caledon Prime

Reitsuki Kojima's Lighthouse in The Port

Major Erasmus Margulis' Lighthouse in The Cay

Doc Wrangler's Lighthouse in Kittiwickshire

Zoe Connoly's Lighthouse in Regency


Dr. Rafael Fabre said...

Baroness - your photography and themeatic thread for this entry is excellent. This posting is the best post (with photographs) I have seen concerning SL. Period.

Amber_Palowakski said...

*blushes deeply* Thank you very much!

Lavendar Beaumont said...

This is really excellent Lady Amber!

Amber_Palowakski said...

Thank you Lady Lavendar!

HeadBurro Antfarm said...

What a wonderful concept - and a cracking execution too :)

I have another lighthouse you may wish to visit - IM me in world for a LM if you fancy a trip out.

Yours in travel. And a Souester,
HeadBurro Antfarm

emillyorr said...

I've always loved lighthouses--both for what they are, as well as what they represent. It's one reason I love Miss Kattrynn's so much--apparently, that lighthouse has been on the island since before the town was named Steelhead, by what residents have said.

Amber_Palowakski said...

I'm glad everybody enjoyed these pictures!

Zoe Connolly said...

Thank you so much for adding my Regency lighthouse, Lady Amber.

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