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The Window at Fort Charlotte in Nassau, The Bahamas by 242Digital
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Image # RF1-0565

Photographer: Jeremy Lavender Photography – Nassau, The Bahamas


Fort Charlotte is the largest and most interesting of the three forts found in Nassau. Built in 1789 by Lord Dunmore and named in honor of the wife of King George III.This fort has never fired a shot in Battle. It includes a water-less moat, draw-bridge, ramparts and dungeons. Fort Charlotte commands a fine view of Nassau Harbor.

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protected window, fort charlotte, nassau, the bahamas, historical place, jeremy lavender photography, 242 digital

European by birth, I have travelled throughout Europe, North America and Mexico, Central and the Caribbean Islands. Actually I’m based in Europe.

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Comments

  • lumiwa
    lumiwaalmost 2 years ago

    great exposure!

  • Thank you ;-)

    – 242Digital

  • CanyonWind
  • Thank you so much for this feature ;-) – Jeremy

    – 242Digital

  • trueblvr
    trueblvralmost 2 years ago

    Whoa….this is great…and a fave.

  • Thank you so much for your kind comment and… the fave ;-)

    – 242Digital

  • cullodenmist
    cullodenmistover 1 year ago

    Way to go Jeremy..
    This one looks great….
    And the DOF adds so much to it…

  • Thank you very much Larry for you nice comment ;-) – Jeremy

    – 242Digital

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