“Long Point Light” is one of two identical lights on the “hook” that forms the bay at Provincetown. It is at the very tip of the “hook” and warns vessels of the shallows at the point. The lighthouse sits on a lonely stretch of beach surrounded by low brush and grasses. It is a singular white vertical focal point in a horizontal landscape of golden sands, low green and gold scrub vegetation, and endless blue ocean under an immense blue sky. The view is from inside the “hook” looking across the narrow spit of land. One of several schooners operating out of Provincetown is making its way back to town from an afternoon sail.
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