Split Rock Lighthouse Pictures

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Split Rock Lighthouse Silhouette

Split Rock Lighthouse Silhouette

Split Rock Lighthouse and Fog Horns

Usually when I see photos taken of Split Rock Lighthouse, they involve a wide angle (as wide as possible) lens and showing the lake. I thought it would be fun to use a standard 50mm lens (35 on DSLRs by Nikon) to see what I could come up with. Here are two of my favorite shots from the trip.  It’s funny how going back to a focal length that isn’t used often anymore because of the favoring of wide angle can result in a fresh look.


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  • Ilena
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    I like the way you caught the sunlight and the shadows on the lighthouse. It gives it character.

  • Carol Corbett
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    I’m from Mn. and I moved to Nv. 30 years ago. While visiting four years ago we went to Duluth. My mom was raised in Hibbing. Well there we toured Splitrock for the first time. Ever since that day Splitrock became a comforting site for me, there isn’t a day that I don’t light my splitrock candles and nightlight. As you can see from my e-mail address I’m hooked, even my license plates say lthslvr and the holders say Splitrock, Minn. I get alot of comments. Well I have a neice who just started UMD also plays Hockey and I just finished sending her a E-Mail and after hitting send your pictures appeared. There Amazing!!!!

  • Bryan
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    Thanks, Carol!

  • Aimee Toland
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    HELLO,
    I’M IN THE 6TH GRADE. WE ARE DOING PROJECTS AND MINE IS ON SPLIT ROCK LIGHTHOUSE CAN YOU SEND ME SOME AWESOME PICS FOR MY PROJECT???
    THANKS AIMEE TOLAND

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