Point Iroquois Light Station


This is the fourth and final blogpost of our day-trip-to-the-north. Our last destination on June 17th was the Point Iroquois Light Station. Lake Superior is just beyond. Click here to read about this light station’s history.  [Mom–I think you’ll enjoy the vintage photos in that link!]


These extensive walls must have been crafted by highly-skilled stonemasons.


Such well-maintained grounds.


Iroquois Island lies in the distance.


The shoreline of Ontario, Canada is visible from Point Iroquois.


My favorite photographer.


Apparently, it’s impossible to visit a lake without tossing pebbles into it.


One last glimpse through the trees.



3 thoughts on “Point Iroquois Light Station

  1. Cynthia says:

    LOVE the stone wall… it’s beautiful….

  2. Kristine says:

    Okay, that fourth pic down, framed on the side by the tree, and dark at the bottom…something in it just stirs me, Heather, it’s just a spectacular shot…


    • Heather says:

      Thank you, Kristine. Our God’s creation is soooo amazing! It’s exhilarating when our photos capture some of that beauty, huh!

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