The Grand Haven Lighthouses were almost unrecognizable in bright morning light. Less than 15 hours after we photographed the stormy waves surrounding the lighthouse at sunset, the water had calmed and the icicle encrusted roof line of the foghouse outer light was now ice free (click here to see the scene 15 hours prior). What a difference a day makes, indeed! The bright red of the outer and inner lighthouses was barely visible in the stormy light the prior evening. It was quite a shock to see that brilliant red against the clear blue sky in the morning sun.