Ah! And you did find the dark!! Terrific as always!
What an atmospheric photo -- one which, when gazing at, I can feel my imagination wanting to run wild and create all kinds of stories about the place! :b
Wonderful catch! Love the gray tones!
good shot.check mine:http://helpmeshag.blogspot.com/2010/01/private-tape.html
I must say that I never imagined one could look at the same old structures especially dilapidated forts in so many different ways!You are so creative!Im a bigger fan of you and the fort with every new post! :D
i imagine the dark past of this fort. any ghosts here?:p
What a strong, heavy stone building!
perfect capture .
I don't think I will go in, ibcase the bricks crumble.
Dark and cold, great choice!Tyra@Tyras Garden
It's dark, but I like it!
Hi Magic! Dark, but magical...Recovering from the flu and other viruses, Blogtrotter Two is looking at views, palaces and gardens in Algiers... Enjoy and have a great weekend!
well reflected darkness!
Yikes! It's dark in daylight. I don't think I'd want to be there at night!
This is a lovely capture
Darkness suits it well.
Dark and foreboding!Aloha from HonoluluComfort Spiral><}}(°>
Mysterious and ancient spot...God bless you!Cezar
Certainly seems dark inside.
No Dark history, I hope!
Very moody spot!http://mudpuddle.wordpress.com/2010/10/31/photohunter-dark/
Dark and lonely!!Nice pic!!