Some of Bob Trapani’s favorite photos he’s taken while visiting and working on Maine lighthouses
A high storm tide brings water up and over the Rockland Breakwater.
Extreme cold, wind and waves create an icy buildup on the Rockland Breakwater.
A harbor seal chills out on a rock
A piece of driftwood is coated in ice during a winter storm near the lighthouse on the Rockland Breakwater.
The light of sunrise glances off large snowdrifts near the Rockland Breakwater.
The photographer captures the view from the deck of a sailboat passing the Breakwater Lighthouse.
A starfish moves over a bed of snail shells at low tide.
A vibrant sunrise fills the sky above the Breakwater Lighthouse and Owls Head.
Extreme cold causes sea smoke above the ocean at sunrise.
Ripples in the water create a surrealistic reflection of the Breakwater Lighthouse.
A large American Flag trailing a passing schooner frames a group of spectators atop the Breakwater Lighthouse.
A huge ocean liner passes the Breakwater Lighthouse.
Sea Smoke envelops the Breakwater Lighthouse on a cold winter morning.
A vortex of sea smoke passes the Breakwater Lighthouse.
A group of sandpipers hangs out in the rockweed.
A sea urchin and starfish seem to hold hands underwater.