Have you ever seen a Real Live Lighthouse?!? We have!
We went to Cape Byron in New South Wales. This lighthouse, the Most Easterly Lighthouse in Australia, is located on the Most Easterly Point on the Mainland.
It’s such a pretty lighthouse, and it was late in the afternoon, so the light made it glow.
On the way to the lighthouse, there are a few houses. They’re SO cute, and I took lots of photos. One thing about them that I liked was the amount of chimneys. Four! We thought it was very extravagant! We don’t have a fireplace in our house, so they’re a bit of a novelty.
This is the view we had, approaching the lighthouse. I like the bit at the front, the way it’s made to look like a castle.
This one’s taken from the bottom of the steps…
I tried to take a picture of the door – it was so beautiful! But I couldn’t get rid of the reflection.
I just like this one.
I couldn’t get rid of my shadow in this picture, so I decided to let it make itself useful, for once. The other, smaller shadow beside me is Miss 11, who wouldn’t get out of the photo!!
Daddy has a picture of himself, holding the top of the Taj Mahal. It looked fun, so I tried it with the lighthouse. It worked!!!
After I’d taken this picture we had to go home, and everyone was cranky at me for making them wait while I took the last ones.
It was a lot of fun.