This rustic lighthouse is a little piece of Sanibel Island’s beautiful history. More than a century old, the lighthouse is nestled away on a wildlife refuge. It’s a beautiful place to visit to hang out by the beach and take pictures of the skeleton lightouse. The grounds are open to public, but the lighthouse is not. Near the lighthouse is a short beach access, another place for shelling.
This station was lighted for the first time in August, 1884.
Lincoln MKZ looks good anywhere! We had to stop and grab some photos of Lincoln MKZ’s modern heritage design with the historical Sanibel Lighthouse as the background. Sanibel Island is a perfect embodiment of Lincoln’s Modern Heritage with the combination of island history evidenced everywhere, contrasted and complemented by the modern influences of Sanibel Island today. From the original 1884 Sanibel Lighthouse still standing today to the contemporary restaurants, accommodations and theater. There is truly a harmony between traditional design and a modern sensibility.
Photography by Janel Kilnisan