My husband and I were in St. Louis, Missouri on our way back from dragon questing and came across this 154 foot tall Corinthian column. It was built in 1871 and was used as a water tower until 1912. It is said that Charles Lindbergh used the light from the beacon on top to navigate his way home when lost in a Mississippi fog. It was such a curious thing to come across that we had to stop so I could get a quick sketch of it. I rendered it in pencil and then added the ink at home from memory.