Grand Passage Light
This light is located on Northern Point, Brier Island, Nova Scotia was built in 1901 and guides vessels into the
Northern entrance of the Grand Passage, which separates Brier Island from Long Island (both islands are off
Digby Neck).  This Image was made shortly after dawn, July 25th, as the sun was clearing some clouds on the
eastern horizon.
The land on the horizon is southern shore of Long Island; I had camped at Beautiful Cove on that shore for
four nights.  Grand Passage Light was visible from that camp and each evening as the night mist formed I could
hear the Light’s distant warning horn sounding  at five second intervals.
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