Mise Tales Twenty-Nine

Mise Tales Twenty-Nine


For an update on what a Mise Tale is then please see Mise Tales One.

A beautiful view of the Nazare lighthouse at Praia do Norte outside the Portuguese fishing village of Nazare, Portugal. It is back dropped by what may be the world’s highest surfing wave.Article and photos on the National Post Sports page.

Nazare Lighthouse at Praia do Norte outside the Portuguese fishing village of Nazare
Nazare Lighthouse at Praia do Norte outside the Portuguese fishing village of Nazare


The Invisible Lighthouse

The theater movie The Invisible Lighthouse as mentioned in my post Media and the Lighthouse is now being shown in America from November 03 to November 23, 2013 in various locations.

“There is a mysterious island across the water off the East Anglian coast that, during its chequered history, has been an airfield, a military testing ground for experimental weapons and home to the ain transmission network for the BBC World Service. On the tip of the island is a beautiful lighthouse.”

 For more information a review is given here



And in case you missed it, or desperately want to add to your lighthouse collection, there is now a Lighthouse Bread and Pizza Flour available in Australia. The company has been in business since 1865. Please check out their website which is complete with recipes.


Lobster FeastIf you happen to be down in Florida, USA, they have a series of restaurants called Lighthouse Lobster Feast. An All-You-Can-Eat feast of Lobster, Crab Legs, Prime Rib and Seafood feast. Sounds good! Wish I was down there. 



Powerful Ocean Waves Consume a Single Lighthouse

In the series, entitled Sea, Cano creates a juxtaposition between nature and man-made objects, narrowing in on a lighthouse as it becomes consumed by the overwhelming strength of the ocean. Through her study of the single building, Cano created a captivating series that takes viewers on an exciting visual journey.

And if you are interested in her photography, please take a look at her webpage, and especially the gallery labelled SEA!

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Retired (2001) British Columbia lighthouse keeper after 32 years on the lights.

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