Submitted by Jim Luppino I took the attached photo of the sunrise behind the Jupiter Lighthouse on the way to meet a couple of friends at the Burt Reynolds boat ramp head out offshore fishing early in the morning back in May 2015. As I drove North over the Alt A-1-A Bridge, I looked right over to our beloved lighthouse and noticed that I had timed it perfectly and the sun coming up behind it. Glancing in my rear view mirror, I realized I was all alone on the road, and also that I had my Nikon D5300 with me to take out on the boat. I slammed on the brakes and stopped in the middle of the road on top of the bridge, jumped out, and snapped 4 quick shots of Lighthouse siloutted in the sunrise. This was the best of the group. I lived in South Florida most of my life (moved to Boca in 1968 at 4yo), but recently moved to GA to take care of my ailing parents. Still have a house in Lake Worth, but it is being rented at the moment. My boat, fishing, diving gear and most of my toys are stored in the Lake Worth area so I visit often and will return to what I consider home when possible. My friends and I love the water; we fish, dive, and boat all over south Florida, but our home port is Jupiter. Seeing this Lighthouse always lets me know I am home, and it has a sentimental place in my heart. I have even been out night diving after midnight for lobster mini season one year when we watched it get struck by lightning and go dark (good thing we had our GPS, but scary none the less). I have taken so many photos of this scenic, historical monument, it is difficult to come up with a best shot. But this has always been one of my favorites. I would guess that one of your winners will be a full moon shot. Been wanting to get that one for a long time, just hasn�t worked out yet. Cant wait to see the winners. I shoot with professional level Nikon equipment, but it is just a (very) expensive hobby. Stepped up to a D750 last year, but this one was actually taken with my old D5300 that I use as a backup now, with a 18-55mm VR II Nikon lens.