Westhoofd Lighthouse photo by Echo Grid (@echogrid) on Unsplash
MakeCanon
ModelCanon EOS 1200D
Shutter speed1/4000s
Apertureƒ/5.6
Focal length50mm
ISO100
Published onFebruary 17, 2017
Dimensions5184 × 3456

Westhoofd Lighthouse

The Westhoofd Lighthouse near the Ouddorp beach in the Dutch province of Zeeland was originally built around 1862 and was originally made out of iron and was replaced in 1911 by a lighthouse made out of solid reinforced concrete. Sadly enough, this tower was destroyed on May 4 of 1945 by occupying German forces and would not be rebuilt until 1947, when the Lighthouse was remade into the towering behemoth you see above.

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