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Under The Gun by Kevin  Kroeker

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Fort Amherst is located at the entrance of St. John’s Harbor opposite Signal Hill across the Narrows’. The Fort was built in the 1770’s to defend the entrance of the Narrows’. Gun placements were used at The Fort during WWII to protect the harbor from German U-boats. In 1813 a lighthouse was built at Fort Amherst and was to be the first permanent lighthouse established in Newfoundland. It operated until 1835 but was then replaced by a new structure in 1852, which was demolished in the early 1950’s to make way for the new lighthouse which is seen today.

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Comments

  • Kim Cinnamon
    Kim Cinnamonover 6 years ago

    Awesome shot. Love the history write up.

  • Rosalie Dale
    Rosalie Daleover 6 years ago
    This is such an effective perspective and composition – excellent find Kevin.
  • Heather  Rivet  IPA
    Heather Rivet...over 6 years ago

    outstanding

  • Smile
    Smileover 6 years ago

    Fantastic shot, the composition is excellent, love the perspective too, well done

  • stacyrod
    stacyrodover 6 years ago

    Great find. Nice shot love the old rusted look and feel. ;)

  • joak
    joakover 6 years ago

    well done great story and shot

  • TrEaSuReDiMaGeS
    TrEaSuReDiMaGeSover 6 years ago

    Brilliant composition and shot Kevin!! Wow…. so cool!!! :-)) Dramatic image!!

  • Stephen Rowsell
    Stephen Rowsellover 6 years ago

    kev, this is fantastic, I love the perspective.

  • Marvin Collins
    Marvin Collinsover 6 years ago

    Beautiful shot, great comp and colors, very well done!!!

  • HenkStolk
    HenkStolkover 6 years ago

    like the composition of this version, tells a great story

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