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Barbers Point Lighthouse

Barber's Point Lighthouse

Classic view of the lighthouse.
The first recorded loss of a Western vessel in Hawaii occurred on October 31, 1796 when the British brig "Arthur" commanded by Captain Henry Barber,
struck a coral reef off Laeloa (now Barber's point), Oahu, and was driven into the rocks. Six of the twenty two men on board were killed.

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Guest 01-Apr-2006 21:00
nice capture. Isn't there a Luau there?
Guest 26-Mar-2006 16:40
Perfect postcard shot! - voted
Günter Hofstädter11-Feb-2005 19:45
very nice image a pleasure to look at ! G:)nter
Robert Stuart Davies06-Apr-2004 21:46
I noticed this as your profile pic ..and it looks just as I thought I had seen it there in TN format almost...unbelievable! What a perfect a dream like setting. Wonderful work as always Selvin. What great natural beauty your eyes see. Best wishes Rob