Dyrholaey Lighthouse, Iceland by Wiebke Schroeder

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The first lighthouse in this position was built in 1919 in the form of a skeletal steel tower, which was prefabricated in Sweden. In 1927 it was replaced by a white concrete building with red details, as we see it today. It is located on Dyrhóleay, which means Door Hill Island, which has been an island of its own before joining the mainland of Iceland. Today it is the southernmost point on the Icelandic mainland.

I made this image in early November just around sunrise, thankfully on that particular day, the wind was not too strong, nor did I have the white-out experience again from just a few days earlier.

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