Man made objects are truly annoying when you are shooting landscapes. I tend to avoid them whenever I can to get the photo right. But this one here, St. Peter lighthouse, co-existancing with the rocky shore really draws the eye deeper into the image, toward the island of BraÄ covered in sunset colors. Sv. Petar (Sveti Petar, St. Peter) is a small peninsula at the port entrance of Makarska, Croatia. It is named after a 13th-century chunch of St. Peter. Today the peninsula serves as a city park and beach. The rocky beach has both textile and naturist sections. Nearby the beach is the Sv. Petar lighthouse, built in 1884.