Roche’s Point Lighthouse, as seen from Fennell’s Bay across Cork Harbour. October 2017.
|Camera||Canon EOS 6D|
A very specialized device sits in a cupboard in the lighthouse at Mizen Head, County Cork.
I have to wonder why a “Gamma Radiation Survey Meter” would be needed in a lighthouse at the southern tip of Ireland though. Not much call for radioactivity detectors in this country.
Nuclear powered lighthouse anybody?
PS. This is a slightly tinted b/w image. Many of the images in B/W Magazine seem to be tinted which was the inspiration for doing this.
|Camera||Canon EOS 20D|