Column by Hal Walter
Light Pollution – April 1999 – Colorado Central Magazine
IT NEVER QUITE MADE SENSE to me why somebody would wish to install a security light.
Sure, I can see how a yard light could be helpful in the winter when I arrive at home late in the evening and need to unload my vehicle, feed my critters and round up some firewood. But the negative aspects of security lights make my Petzl Micro — a small headlamp that runs practically forever on two AA batteries — seem like a much better alternative.