Happy National Lighthouse Day! In honor of the occasion, here is a photo I took a few years ago of Nubble Light, in York, Maine, officially called the Cape Neddick Light Station. A nubble is a knob or lump, and refers here to the lumpy rock of the cape where the station sits. We saw it when we took a day trip to the coast while visiting my sister in New Hampshire. It’s one of those iconic views that looks just the way it seems a New England lighthouse should. In fact, it is such a classic example of a lighthouse that a photo of it is included on The Voyager spacecraft, along with images of the Great Wall of China and the Taj Mahal.