When I travel I love to visit the various forts – some being from the civil war era or even older. Each building of each of the installments has so many stories to tell. Fort Reno was originally built in 1874, during the Indian Wars, as a military camp to deal with the Cheyenne and Arapaho Indians. Then in World War II it was a German POW camp. Each door on each building opens to all those stories of of years and years of occupation.
Award Winner: Photo of the Day | April 26
Award Score: 63 (Value 12, Clarity 12, Composition 16.5, Style 11.5, Skill 11)
Photo of the Day Award Category: Architectural Photography
Photograph Location: Fort Reno, Oklahoma, The United States
Photographer: Tisha Clinkenbeard (Powderly, TX, USA) Registered
Tisha Clinkenbeard works have been in exhibits at The Fine Arts Center of Hot Springs, Black Box Gallery in Portland, and in several fine art shows in Texas. She believes photography captured her years ago before we had the digital wonders for cameras. Her life offers many opportunities to capture the things that she sees as she wanders this earth. Her goal is to share what she finds Round & About – which was the inspiration for her photo blog: foundroundandabout.com. Two of Tisha’s photos have been appeared in the Birds & Blooms monthly online newsletter – April and December of 2011.
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