St. Augustine Lighthouse
St. Augustine, Florida
In 1824, the first lighthouse in Florida was built in St. Augustine on a square 52-foot-tall tower that had been built in 1737. Our image is of the second lighthouse, built between 1871 and 1874. It is 165 feet tall (the light's focal plane is 150 feet up and it's observation deck is 140 feet or 219 steps). That makes it the second tallest lighthouse in Florida (after Ponce de Leon Inlet Light at 175 ft) and seventh tallest in the United Stateslist.
This image, taken on the lighthouse grounds, is 85,246 pixels high by 62,637 pixels and spans around 88° by 75° of view. For a better close-up view of the full-size image, go to our Gigapan.com page.
For a different view, see St. Augustine Lighthouse From Pier.
This lighthouse is maintained by the St. Augustine Lighthouse & Maritime Museum, and this image was captured with their support. To learn more about them or to find visiting hours and fees, go to www.staugustinelighthouse.org.
Photographic details: Canon EOS 7D Mark II camera w/ EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS II USM lens set at 135mm mounted on Gigapan unit. 216 photographs were used in 18 rows and 12 columns. The capture took under eight minutes (not counting setup time). Flash was not used. Camera, set on manual, was on f/25 for 1/50 sec at ISO 100.
To order a print of this image, hit the button to the left. Before you do, you may want to check the maximum size estimates or what's currently in stock below. Each item in stock has its own order button.
|Print details: maximum size||Medium||Printed||Estimated||(In-house)|
|Fine Art Paper||N/A||29½ ft x 21¾'O||(60" x 43")|
|Canvas||N/A||52½ ft x 38⅔'O||(51" x 371/2")|
Currently In Stock
Although we can print to your specifications any size up to the above limits to the nearest 1/16" with any mat and moulding combinations, we presently have none of these in stock.
Although the resolution and sharpness of the image should allow for this, we would need to send an image this size somewhere else to get it printed. Our printer can print up to 44" across, meaning that practically, we can print an image on paper up to 431/2". On canvas, we could only go to 371/2", to make room for wrapping the edges. Thus our in-house size limit for this image is shown above in parentheses.