DGJ_3873 - Pubnico Harbour Lighthouse & Wind farm

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Most of the pictures I am posting are of lighthouses, since a 1000 of them have been declared surplus by the Federal Government many may not be around much longer. Some have already been taken down and are gone forever.


A 17 turbine wind farm on the southern portion of Pubnico Point, West Pubnico, Yarmouth County, Nova Scotia generates approximately 100,000,000 kW/hr of electricity annually, enough to power 10,000-13,000 average Canadian homes per year. The power will be sold to Nova Scotia Power Inc. (NSPI).


Pubnico Harbour Lighthouse


Body of Water: Pubnico Harbour

County: Yarmouth

Region: Yarmouth & Acadian Shore

Scenic Drive: Lighthouse Route

Location: End of Beach Point, east entrance to harbour

Standing: This light is still standing.

Operating: This light is operational

Automated: All operating lights in Nova Scotia are automated.

Date Automated: Automated by 1987

Began: 1984

Year Lit: 1984

Structure Type: Circular fibreglass tower, white, red band

Light Characteristic: Occulting White (1992)

Tower Height: 029ft feet high.

Light Height: 040ft feet above water level.

  • DianneM. 4y

    Astonishing shots,Dennis.Have a great day.
  • Colorado Sands 4y

    I'm enjoying this series, Dennis!
  • hammy15 4y

    Love these lighthouse photos Dennis - wonderful job of photographing!!!!!!!!!!!
  • Dorota 4y

    Nice photos :)
  • Francesco Pappalardo 4y

    Lovely shot!
  • `مروہ~ 4y

    Good one....
  • Carlos Vieira 4y

    Fantastic shot, well done. Have a nice day.
  • Uscè (OFF/ON) 4y

    Excellent work, my friend!
    Have a great day!
  • Thomas Michel 4y

    I am not the first to say, and I won't be the last, beautiful shot!
  • Slavina Bahchevanova 4y

    Beautiful scene my friend
  • Mike 4y

    Wonderful series, I am so glad you are documenting so many of these structures and sad that you will be losing some of them.
  • NishiKabbo 4y

    What a lovely series! Excellent captures, my friend!
  • Neil Mair 4y

    Nicely composed.
  • Kryssia © ♥ 4y

    Great image.... So beautiful !!!
  • Larry Daugherty 4y

    Excellent! Very Nice! The wind farms are very much needed! I just went thru west Texas and saw two wind farms there. They are pretty cool!!!!
  • Claire J 4y

    Love these, and the way the wind turbines contrast to the old lights. I am so sorry for the annhilation of the old lighthouses, and it has become a forbidden subject within my family. Unfortunately, a couple of members are a part of the offending department; I have wondered why the lighthouses, or at least a representative portion of them, can't be transferred to Heritage or Parks, and then protected and preserved? [the other side just says they aren't necessary as automation will take care of the need; not the cultural need, though, I retort.] Of course, same could be said for old train stations, original post offices [where they haven't already been replaced by those brick atrocities], grain elevators... and so on. Hey, I've an idea: instead of prisons, why not just a work term as lighthouse keepers [ not that offenders would be up to the task]? Oh dear - thanks for preserving them in this way, at least.
  • designstudiodxb 4y

    nice capture Sir
    the inclusion of wind mills are awesome
  • Мaistora 4y

    A skyline we are seeing more and more around the world - one 'industrial' development that does not ruin outdoor beauty (visually, as well as environmentally).

    Excellent captures!
  • Mike G. K. 4y

    great composition !
  • Jared Fein 4y

    Nice texture and foreground.
    Seen on your photo stream. ( ?² )
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Taken on July 31, 2011
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