The Black Rock lighthouse can be seen from Harbourville. I had been wanting to visit it since I first saw it, but one hot day I was finally able to persuade the fellow. We left Berwick in hot sunshine and we were greated on the other side of the mountain with cool fog. It looked otherworldly as it swept off the water up the cliffs and it seemed the perfect time to check out that lighthouse, now invisible from this same spot.
When we arrived at Black Rock beach, we parked our car in the sun and descended into another world as we climbed down to the beach. The closer to the water, the cooler the air, the more muffled the sounds. The fog was thick, it dispersed, it returned … it was a living thing moving around us, one minute enveloping us in white; the next, giving us glimpses of the world around us.
I overuse the word “amazing” in the audio accompanying the 360° image above, but sometimes one is at a loss for a word that seems fitting. This is a beautiful location and fog can add an air of mystery.
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