by J. Park April. 15, 2009 2658 views

This is day two of my first blog. These images are a continuation of my Fort Worden shots.

The above images:

The Bridge to nowhere. I saw this and couldn’t figure out where it was even supposed to be connected. It looked to new to not be attached, or abandoned. Really bizarre, so it was worth the photo.

The closed trail. This trail had a closed sign at one end of it, just not the end I started from. The naturalists had placed a cloth net and set driftwood on top of it so it wouldn’t blow away. The intent is to restore natural beach plant life and native species along the beach.

The green door detail. This is a close up of the outside door across from Battery Randol. Interesting from the rust and paint layers worn from the weather.

Ring. These giant rings were most likely used for tie downs of the artillery units. After several years of weather, neglect and wear they have all dug into the concrete leaving figure 8’s behind them.

White tree. This was on the upper property in a field near the water tank that supplied the upper batteries. The white blossoms in the spring really accent the tree against the pines.

More to come tomorrow. Feel free to comment or ‘befriend’ me. I’d love to take a look at your shots.

Bridge out? Fort Worden, WA

Trail closed. Fort Worden, WA

Door. Fort Worden, WA

Eight Ring. Fort Worden, WA

Tree dressed in White. Fort Worden, WA

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Brian 10 years, 9 months ago

Nice set. I really like the B&W's in 1 and 4. When I lived in WA, Fort Worden was one of our favorite places to go.

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