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Fort Warden, near Port Townsend, Washington, USA.

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Foggy Shore

Fort Warden, Washington last August.  This week when our area approaches triple digit temperatures and single digit humidity, I choose to be reminded of this cool, damp beach.

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Textured Bunkers

The bunkers at Fort Warden have become some of my favorite targets for texturing.  In these three photos I’ve used the same texture. This is the texture I used.  It’s available as a download from my Etsy shop.

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Ancient Ruins

The WWII bunkers at Fort Warden looked like Mayan ruins when I came through the trees.  Maybe not the handrails, or the metal doors, but just general atmosphere! Fort Warden, Washington, USA.

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Bunker Graffiti

A lot of graffiti is just scribbling, but occasionally there is a true artist behind it.  As I wandered through the bunker ruins at Fort Warden, Washington, I rarely stepped into the darkened rooms and stairwells – should have taken … Continue reading

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Bunkers

The bunkers at Ft. Warden, near Port Townsend, Washington, have dozens of rusty doors.  It was a photographer’s delight!  And as much as I enjoy playing in Photoshop, some of these doors cannot be improved.  On this image, I lightened … Continue reading

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Beachcombing

A foggy beach in Fort Warden State Park was a wonderful place to beachcomb with a camera.  The most obvious find was a renegade blue balloon. A dead crab. A seaweed-adorned limpet on kelp. A stone anchor that lost it’s … Continue reading

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