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©2003 John Hultgren, Louisville, Kentucky
Photo may not be reproduced, copied, archived, or retransmitted without permission.
Fort Christian, Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands
N 18° 20.44 W 64° 55.83
A door latch photographed at Fort Christian, Charlotte Amalie, on St. Thomas in the U.S. Virgin Islands. Resting over Charlotte Amalie Harbor since 1672, Fort Christian is the oldest standing structure in the Virgin Islands. Now a U.S. National Landmark, this brick fortress protected the town from pirates and European armadas. This fort has served as St. Thomas' first government house, a church, and a community government. Today it is home to the Virgin Islands Museum.
Nikon D100, 200 ASA, 50 mm focal length, 1/125 sec, f/5, 07/16/2003 10:08
This photograph was awarded Honorable Mention in the 2007 Kentucky State Fair Fine Arts Division (Unclassified Photography Class).
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LandscapeAbstractFort ChristianCharlotte AmalieSt. ThomasU.S. Virgin Islands