Apostle Islands Lighthouse Photos

Outer Island Lighthouse, Apostle Islands - Lake SuperiorThe images for sale on this web site are a series on the Milky Way and the lighthouses of the Apostle Islands. The first was taken in 2009 of Outer Island lighthouse (sold out). A second in the series was taken of the Sand Island lighthouse in 2010. A third image of the Raspberry Island lighthouse was taken in 2011 and the newest image is that of Devils Island lighthouse taken in 2012. In 2013, a 2nd Edition Outer Island image was released and is available now.

In June 2014 Mother Nature didn’t cooperate to capture the Milky Way and Michigan Island lighthouse but an awesome sunset shot at Michigan Island was possible. This image is available for $150.

The photos are the brainchild of Mark Weller and John Rummel who have created the photos to honor the memory of Martin Hanson.  Martin had a great love for the Apostle Islands and was instrumental in Congress's passing a bill creating the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore in 1970.

The proceeds from the sale of these prints support The Friends of the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore. Our mission is to promote an appreciation for and preservation of, the natural environment and cultural heritage of the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore.

Sand Island Lighthouse, Apostle Islands - Lake SuperiorView a video on the capture of the Outer Island Milky Way photo or  the capture of the Sand Island Milky Way photo or the capture of the Raspberry Island photo

Read a story from the Wisconsin Journal on creating the photo of the Outer Island lighthouse.

Read the blog describing the efforts to obtain the Outer Island lighthouse image.

Purchase the photos:

use the menu and go to the Friends Store>Lighthouse Photos>"photo name", or use the links below:

Devils Island Lighthouse Image

Michigan Island Lighthouse Image

Outer Island Lighthouse Image

Raspberry Island Lighthouse Image

Sand Island Lighthouse Image

Thanks to the National Park Service for their support: Bob Krumenaker, Superintendent