In this unusual view, Straitsmouth Island and its lighthouse stand off in the distance, with a ship about to pass them by. If anyone has any idea of from where this was taken, I’d love to hear it. The perspective appears to be from somewhere in the vicinity of Straitsmouth Way or along the eastern part of Marmion Way. Note that you cannot see the Gap Cove lifesaving station.
The postcard bears a Rockport postmark dated July 29, 1914. The reverse side has no other identifying information and does not identify the publisher.