Fort Macon, NC

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Tim Grist
The contrast between the wooden floor and the brickwork make this shot. Excellent.
 
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Very cool. Agree, the contrast in textures b/n wood floor and brick is great. Is that flash reflecting on something at the center, or light from outside? Would love to know what this room is used for.
 
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Cool perspective & contrast David! Welcome to the Cafe!
Cool shot! I really like the mix of textures.

Samuel
Stunning shot! The lines and textures just hit you!
The contrast between the wooden floor and the brickwork make this shot. Excellent.
Great shot!
Thank you all!

Very cool. Agree, the contrast in textures b/n wood floor and brick is great. Is that flash reflecting on something at the center, or light from outside? Would love to know what this room is used for.
The light is from outside. The rooms in the fort were used for storage, sleeping quarters, dining area, weapons locker, etc. This particular room had no signage of specific function. Regardless of function each room had the same basic window arrangement for defending the fort.

Here is a shot of the outside wall where that room is located:

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The outer berm and top of the fort had mounted cannon's for defending the coast and Beaufort Inlet.
 
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