On The Waterfront at San Marcos

On The Waterfront at San Marcos
A Return to Favorite Places

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The Castillo de San Marcos site is the oldest masonry fort in the United States. It is located in the city of St. Augustine, Florida.  This is one of the most amazing places in the United States for our history, beauty, and of course, photography.

Return to The Castillo

We have returned once again to The Castillo de San Marcos, site of the oldest masonry fort in the United States. It is located in the city of St. Augustine, Florida and always a favorite photographic stop for the history and beauty of this amazing place.  This image was photographed on a blazing hot 100- degree day but the interior rooms were actually bearable.  One can almost “feel” the intensity of this place not only in the weather but in its history.  Add it to your “places to visit and photograph” list.

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HDR NOTES:    Canon5DMarkII, Canon EF16-35L @23mm [3@-0-_2+2] processed Photomatix Pro 5, PS-CS6, Topaz DeNoise, Topaz Adjust5

See our earlier posts on The Castillo de San Marcos here.

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Castillo, Where They Slept

Castillo De San Marcos — The Bunks – Where They Slept

The 333 year-old Castillo De San Marcos is our main historical focus in St. Augustine, Florida.  As we document our  American history in photographs we again return to this amazing and beautiful national park.  This image and the images captured document life as they lived and served in the Castillo.  The amazing “Coquina” structure makes a beautiful HDR photography subject so we return again in September to photograph the old City of Augustine, its history and architecture.  Truly this is a beautiful place for all to visit to learn about our history and life during this era.  See our earlier posts and images here and here.  Visit Castillo De San Marcos official site here.

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HDR Notes:  This is a [3 images @2+-0–2] shot with Canon5DMarkII, EF16-35 @ 16mm; processed Photomatix4, Topaz Adjust & DeNoise, PS-CS & Canvas Texture Overlay.