Sunday, March 27, 2011

Sentry Box


São Bruno Fortress (1647), Caxias Beach

16 comments:

Sharon said...

It certainly has a "fortress" look to it.

Small City Scenes said...

It is a fortress.


Blogger is doing to you what it did to me.
There is no picture for me to see but I clicked on the tiny dot and there it is. what is going on? MB

Cezar and Léia said...

Can't see it at the moment but I'm sure it's something really nice! :)
God bless you!
Cezar

JM said...

I have absolutely no idea what is going on! I CAN'T SEE THE PICTURES EITHER but they are there, they will show if you click on the two dots. This never happened before and I really don't know what to do (I already deleted and reposted three times)...

Sylvia K said...

Blogger has been a pain in the whatever lately, I do wish it would get its act together! Terrific capture, however, once I found the right dot! Hope you've had a great weekend, JM! Enjoy your week!

Sylvia

Jarart said...

It is very stark and kind of frightening it a way.

Sailor said...

I finally saw the pictures after clicking on the dots. Seems like this templete cannot bear the bandwidth and the picture size. Consider going for a simple templet since your pictures are of high resolution and I think this darn blogger templet cant take all that.

JM said...

@Sailor: These pics, like all the others are not of high resolution (about 850X630), but thanks for the tip anyway.

Margaret said...

I like the first photo. Is this fort being used for anything? Is it open for viewing?

Amin said...

Unique architecture....

VP said...

Quite a sober fortress, but still in shape!

Jacob and Lois Anne said...

You have so many interesting structures and places on this beach. It does look intimidating and I would guess served quite effective as a sentry box!

Steffe said...

Both photos are great.

T. Becque said...

Fantastic lines against that blue sky.

Joan Elizabeth said...

I like the simplicity,

cieldequimper said...

Simple architecture that probably did its job really well.