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Garden Key Light

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Monday April 18, 2011

Dry Tortugas, FL (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Garden Key Light oversees the harbor of Fort Jefferson at Dry Tortugas National Park. The first lighthouse on the island was a conical brick tower, but it was replaced by this boilerplate iron light in 1877. The light was deactivated in 1924. A cannon and Old Glory guard the island.

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About 2620

2620

I live in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, a beautiful part of the United States with scenic ancient mountains, beaches, bays, woods, and rivers all within a day's drive or flight. The Appalachians are not as high and rugged as other younger ranges, but they hold their own stark beauty. Many of my photos were taken while traveling. Thanks to all WunderPhoto viewers who send email -- I love to hear from you! Be safe...help people. GO SKYDIVING FOR FUN AND EXCITEMENT!!

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