Photography by Photonicwand

USA: Muskegon Pier Light and harbor at dusk

August 15, 2015 by wandmin

360° panorama by Johan Offermans & Karl Overholt.
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Panorama taken at the bottom of the operational Muskegon Pier Light or South Pierhead Light in the outer harbor of Muskegon, Michigan. The current Muskegon Pier Light was built in 1903, replacing the main light from 1817.  The site is accessible, but the lighthouse is closed to the public.Across the water, you can see the Muskegon Breakwater Light also lit up. The Muskegon Breakwater Light or South Breakwater Light is a light located on the end of the arm of the Muskegon breakwater surrounding the mouth of the Muskegon channel in Muskegon.The body of water between the two lighthouses and the channel that is visible form the entrance to Muskegon Lake from Lake Michigan.Lake Michigan is one of the five great lakes of North America. It is so big that it has waves, beaches and can have rough weather conditions similar to an Ocean.  It is also used as a major transport for bulk goods through large ships.

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