Pigeon Point Lighthouse

A little over a week ago, my kids and I spent a night at Pigeon Point Lighthouse hostel, on the coast of California, not far from home. We could’ve driven there and back for the day, but there’s something lovely about staying the night at a magical location and waking up to it in the early morning. Our hostel room was right by the lighthouse: if we looked out the front window, we saw the lighthouse. Out the back window were cliffs and the ocean.

I had my morning chai with this view and the sound of crashing waves.pigeon_point_lighthouse0

Pigeon Point Lighthouse was built in 1871. At 115 feet, it was the tallest lighthouse on the West Coast. The hostel we stayed in was originally the lighthouse keepers quarters.pigeon_point_lighthouse1

I’d love to go back there and paint again, perhaps when it’s spring , and there are migrating whales out in the ocean to spot…

 

About Suhita Shirodkar

obsessive-sketcher. graphic designer.
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9 Responses to Pigeon Point Lighthouse

  1. Bee says:

    OMG!!! beautiful painting

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  2. pamlopez15 says:

    Beautiful, Suhita! I love your rendition of the lighthouse!

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  3. Bernadette says:

    Beautifully done paintings! The sky in the lighthouse painting is great. It’s difficult to achieve such simplicity. All your practice, daily works in looking and painting have paid off……so fine!

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  4. Oh wow 😊. I love both of these but the sky and the effects in the second one are just gorgeous. What a beautiful spot.

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  5. Carol says:

    beautiful

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  6. fakeflamenco says:

    the light house is a beautiful watercolor!

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