Dinner that evening was at a great restaurant - the U Tiki ... buzzing with activity, it was located overlooking the 'in operation' Jupiter Lighthouse. We shot multiple nighttime lighthouse photos. However, after checking the dozen or so images on each camera, we were disappointed, and decided to take one more opportunity to get a shot of the lighthouse from another angle. We did - just 10 minutes away, we pulled into a nice park and found a great cityscape angle with the light beam of the lighthouse rotating and clearly visible. "almost, wait, TAKE THE SHOT" were the instructions from Linda and Ginger as they helped Eddie and I time our shots so we avoided shooting directly into the rotating bright light beacon.
Getting back to the AirBnB, the laptops came out and post-processing of images started. It started well and then we heard mumbling and cursing as Eddie hit delete, delete, delete (removing most of the nighttime shots). The second day we woke up to rain and clouds with no opportunity for sunrise photos, but (after a great breakfast at the Lazy Loggerhead Cafe where we found another art-sie opportunity of painted fronds) we returned to the park visited the previous night and captured a few daytime lighthouse photos. Okay - it's time to head east and home ... but first a rainy detour to Hobe Sound for one last set of Pics (covered roadway.