The Chatham Lighthouse is all decked out for the holidays.
Considered the iconic landmark of the town, the Chatham Light stands 48 feet tall and 80 feet above sea level overlooking the infamous Chatham Bar. It is one of the few lighthouses in America that still operates 24 hours a day.
The Chatham Light is an operational lighthouse under the US Coast Guard.
The Chatham Light was originally a pair of lighthouses, called the “Twin Lights”, and this site was just one of three lighthouse locations in Chatham – the others being the Stage Harbor Light, and the Monomoy Light. More history below.
Faber-Castell Art pens and Holbein Watercolors in a Stillman and Burn Beta Sketchbook. Sketched in Studio
I am not sure if I have ever tried a Persimmon. They look so good, I will have to try them.
Even though some varieties of persimmons look just like small tomatoes, they’re actually a type of berry They grow on fruit trees and, depending on the variety, can range in color from light orange to dark reddish-orange. Persimmons are in season in mid-fall to early winter.
Holbein Watercolors in a Stillman and Burn Beta Sketchbook. Sketched in Studio.
This japanese Lantern is about 8 feet tall and rests on a granite stone at the edge of the Swam Pond in Boston Public Garden. A beautiful early winter day in Boston. A cold wind is in the air and people are out walking and enjoying the sunshine.
Faber-Castell Art pen in a Stillman and Burn Beta Sketchbook. Sketched on site