The lighthouse garden is an open space that you can park at, and you can enjoy the view of the ocean and the beach as you stroll the garden.
It is home to more than 70 species of birds, including ducks, turtles, fish, crabs and sea urchins.
The garden has a very different feel from the normal outdoor spaces in the lighthouse gardens, so it’s great to see that they are still using traditional materials.
I’ve been going to the garden to take photographs of birds and sea turtles for years, and the garden was one of the last places I went when I got the call to join the project.
The main feature of the garden is the sea ikebana.
This is a beautiful, colourful sea ink that forms the centrepiece of the area.
I had to take a break and enjoy the sea air for a while, so I decided to use this as a backdrop for my photography.
I found that the sea water was a great source of light, as it creates a fantastic backdrop for a lot of my photos.
There’s also a waterfall in the garden, which I like to take as a visual representation of the sea.
It’s very natural, and if you get a chance to photograph it, you’ll see why.
As well as the sea, there are other gardens scattered throughout the garden that feature plants that look just like the sea shells that are found throughout the lighthouse.
It gives a nice backdrop to your photos.
If you want to find out more about the lighthouse, you can visit their website, which also features a guidebook and a short video of the history of the site.
I hope you enjoyed this post.
We are looking forward to hearing what you think about this project, and I’ll be posting more of my photography projects on our website.