Looking up at the "new" lighthouse (built in 1891) from the shore below. The cliff is not too high, but steep enough such that the only way to climb it is with the help of that rope. 8" X 6", oil/canvas panel.
Ever wonder what a foghorn looks like?
Those openings are the "speakers", and the concrete slab probably helps project and disperse the sound. And it is LOUD, audible for miles.
The lighthouse and the foghorn do all they can to warn mariners away from the rocks below, but every so often, there's someone who disregards the warnings. That's when this happens:
A fiberglass carcass on the rip rap.