Lighthouses of the Pacific Coast by Randy Leffingwell (Photographer), Pamela Welty
Book Description: As lively as the text is, it's the stunning photography that really sets this book apart. These are not generic depictions of staid lighthouses in daylight; here, readers will find intriguing images of lights that were shot from boats, helicopters, and airplanes-many at low light or during storms, which is when lighthouses are especially important. The photographs even bring readers inside the structures, showing the curling stairways, lenses, keeper's homes, and more.."
Pacific Northwest Lighthouses by Bruce Roberts (Photographer), Ray Jones
Book Review: Bruce Roberts is one of the best lighthouse photographers working in the U.S. today. In this book, he and his partner Ray Jones give you an excellent photograph of each lighthouse featured, a short historical story from Jones and directions of how to get to the lighthouse. Lighthouse lovers could scarcely ask for more.