This is a cool one. Muskegon (my home town) is full of history. We were the town that helped re-build Chicago after the great fire. The logging days put us on the map and supplied more than just Chicago lumber to Chicago. Pine from Western Michigan was very sought after. We were one of the biggest industrial towns during WW2. We engineered tanks, planes, bullets and a whole hell of a lot of steel. Around the beginning of of the 30's Muskegon erected a block house (a colonial fort) to symbolize the gone days of that era. Though it is a replica it is still one of very few out there. It was built on the highest dune in the town that faces lake Michigan. The Blockhouse was built by the CCC (Civilian Conservation Corps) in 1932 and in 1962 it was burned to the ground by arsonists. They rebuilt it in the 70's and has been standing ever since. You can no longer get inside because someone did try to burn it down again and there is some fire damage so the city no longer wants to risk vandilism or further arson. I've been in there a few times before the locked it up and the view is amazing. This is a 30 second long exposure shot. I light painted the front of the building with my speedlite with a blue gel over the flash. One of my fav spots in town.