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Tropical Storm Fay at the St. Augustine Lighthouse

Posted by: Rick Cain in From the Lens Room

Just a quick look at what a tropical storm looks like from the lens room of the lighthouse. This was shot on Thursday, one of the calmer days, when visibility was better. It became much worse on Friday.

Comments (2)

Very cool, thanks for that! I debated having someone run me out in a boat and drop me off at the Craighill Range lighthouse so I could document Hanna from it. We'll go out tomorrow after the storm instead.

I took video yesterday during 2nd tower shift of what we saw of TS Hanna. The sound isn't very good because of the wind...and then my battery died. :(

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