Graves Light up close:
A photo of Graves Light, which was reportedly sold for $934,000 last week. Lying low to the waterline and then extending out below it for several hundred yards to the northeast, Graves Ledge is jagged and highly exposed to open seas. It surely is a place of great beauty and historic significance. It is also certainly is a useful beacon, warning ships to steer clear of the ledge and all of the obstructions just inshore of it, including the roaring bulls, Devil’s Back and the Aldrich Ledge.
A photo of the East side of Graves, which I took on a calm autumn evening as the sun set (sometime back in 2007):
A long view of the Graves, taken from its Northeast side, with the City of Boston skyline in the background :
Graves Ledges up close, again with the city in the distance: