The Turtle Rock Light is a lighthouse built in 1887 to aid traffic on the Schuylkill River near Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The lighthouse was constructed by Frank Thurwanger at a cost of $2,663 on an area of land just west of Boathouse Row. The lighthouse has a hexagonal lantern room with an octagonal walkway. Gas was first used to power the light, but in 1990, when the lighthouse was repainted and received a new wooden balustrade and newel posts, the beacon was electrified.
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..... Back in 2009, I casually told my wife that I wanted to buy a Camera and start selling pictures on the internet. My wife rolled her eyes thought to herself where does he come up with this stuff! Now mind you that I never had taken many good photos at this point, just a few nice sunsets from when I lived in Florida. Eventually my wife relented and bought me a camera for my birthday. I did not join Fine Art America until March of 2010 but when I got my first sale in May I was hooked. Here it is 2014 and I have been in Architectural Record Magazine, on a Book Cover for...
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