Last week a 75 mile river trip brought us to the mouth of the Potomac where we visited Point Lookout State Park. The lighthouse on Point Lookout was built in 1830. During the Civil War the land around the lighthouse held a Union Army hospital, Fort Lincoln, and a Confederate prisoner of war camp. More about all that next week.
Pictured above is the bow of the Chesapeake Bay skipjack Caleb W. Jones, one of the last survivors of the bay's sailing oyster fleet.
Have a great weekend and thanks for reading Photography In Place.