Award Winner | Photo of the Day | September 16, 2010
This was shot during a family visit to the fort located in Pensacola, Florida. Fort Barrancas is a wonderfully restored fort originally built in the mid-1800′s. The fort overlooks Pensacola Bay and has numerous galleries, tunnels, and walls. This particular photo is shot down one of the long galleries used for gun and cannon placement.
Photographer: Victor J. Howard (USA)
Victor is an amateur photographer who took up photography as a hobby to expand his perspective of the work and develop his creative side. What started as a learning opportunity in for him in 2007 has evolved into a passion. He loves to capture the beauty of the world and people around him. While not specializing in a particular type of photography, he enjoys exploring different styles and techniques while developing his craft. Victor uses the internet and eBooks to learn, then just goes out and shoots. He believes nothing replaces the learning accomplished by simply taking pictures. He uses a plan, shoot, review, adjust approach while photographing a particular subject to continuously improve a shot.