The bulbs in light houses are surprisingly small, it's the glass lens that's huge. Today they only use a bulb that's a couple of hundred watts.
There's a great lighthouse museum in Maine that has a "small" 3 foot high lantern that floats on mercury, it weighs about 1/2 ton because there's so much lead in the glass lenses. The museum tour guide encourages people to spin it. It takes a lot of effort to get it started but not much to keep it moving (mass & motion).
Big fan of your work!
Top marks for the creativity and idea behind the image. The humor of a giant light bulb elicited a smile from me for sure, his expression somehow furthers the slight ridiculousness. I did take a star from technique because there are bits of blending that have very hard contrasts, like by the man's left foot. It's not a smooth transition and seems out of place and a little jarring, which is weird because I don't find many instances of that in your work. Overall, though, this is really a strong piece! You do great consistent work!
But really, this is criticism on a high level. The picture is still amazing. Even the reflections on the light bulb make sense, with coulds on them. Can't believe how much attention you pay to those details.
And btw, I've been offline for a few years but your pictures are some of those that I remember the longest. I rarely see the same amount of imagination and technical skill combined in one piece of art, but you manage to do it. Your pictures show that you pour your heart into them. I have a lot of respect for artists who put so much dedication to their craft. Thanks for making all this beautiful work.