We had an extra day before we could get into the condo in Florida so we decided to stay a night in St. Augustine, Fl. I had never been here so it was a great chance to take photos of new scenery. In these photos you can see the Castillo de San Marcos National Monument (Spanish Fort).
“This Spanish fort, begun in 1672, stood firm against English attacks and helped Spain to hold Florida for many years. During the American Revolution, it was a British stronghold. Later it became a battery in the U.S. coastal defense system.”
I especially like the second picture. It is very neat and uses lines very well. Also, the grass and sky play very well together. It really gives off the “ancient” look.