Though I know that Capones lighthouse has been shot to death by all camera toting beach hoppers (its a requisite side trip for those heading to/from the coves of Anawangin or Nagsasa), I could not help but take a few more for myself.
Cliche as the shots may be, the weather that day was just irresistible and perfect for postcard shots, with blue skies and warm early morning sun hitting lighthouse. Been here several times before but the weather was just drab. The "talahib" grasses were greener too.
There was an effort to revive the lighthouse, evident from the solar panels nearby. The lantern room had been refurbished and the lamp was replaced with a modern one. But while the tower looked new, the rest of the structures like the keeper's house were left to decay.
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