Going with a landmark that literally marks the land: the Lighthouse on St. Simon's Island. This isn't the original one, which was built in 1810 - that was destroyed during the Civil War (by the Confederate troops, interestingly). This one was built in 1872 to replace it, and it's one of the few remaining lighthouses on the Georgia coast.
I took these early in the morning before we left on the last day, hoping for a sunrise backdrop. We're in the season of perpetual haze right now, so I didn't have much luck with colors, but the sky looked better once the sun came up.
I'd love to photoshop the flagpole out of the last one, but it's been a long, stressful week and right now I think I need a drink or a nap. Preferably both.
I've missed seeing what everyone is up to, but hopefully next week I'll have more free time. Hope you are all doing well!