Sebastian Raabe

Title: Resilience II

About the Photo:

Kiipsaare Tuletorn, also known as Kiipsaare lighthouse, is a lighthouse located on the island of Saaremaa, Estonia. It is situated on the western tip of the island, on a narrow strip of land that juts out into the Baltic Sea.
The lighthouse was built in 1933 and was originally made of wood, but it was destroyed during World War II. The current lighthouse was built in 1954 and is made of reinforced concrete. It stands 33 meters tall and had a range of 18 nautical miles.
Kiipsaare Tuletorn is unique in that it is one of the few lighthouses in the world that has been moved from its original location due to coastal erosion.