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Old Point Loma Lighthouse (Infrared).  Completed in 1855 on a hill overlooking San Diego Bay, this was the highest lighthouse above sea level in the country.  That turned out not to be a good thing, however, because coastal fog often made its light invisible to ships below.  So it was superseded in 1891 by a new light at a lower elevation.  It is now operated as a museum within the Cabrillo National Monument.<br />
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Image © 2019 James D Peterson.