Switchboard

David Williams Photography Switchboard Fort Casey

Canon 5d Mark ii | f/7.1 | 1/40 | iso 100 | Canon 70-200mm F2.8L IS USM @ 200mm

This weekend we took a quick trip out to Fort Casey located just south of Coupeville which is on Whidbey Island, Washington. The construction of the fort began in 1897 and was part of a three fort (Fort Flagler, Fort Worden and Fort Casey) defense system. We will hopefully visit the other two forts sometime this summer, and will certainly head back to Fort Casey. 😀 These images are for the entrance to the switchboard (obviously), the structure consisted of a long hallway (entrance) which lead to a square room with two side rooms (accessible from within the main room). Surrounding the rooms was a small corridor (not sure what the function of said corridor was…but it was there)!

David Williams Photography Switchboard Fort Casey

Canon 5d Mark ii | f/3.2 | 1/200 | iso 100 | Canon 70-200mm F2.8L IS USM @ 75mm

David Williams Photography Switchboard Fort Casey

Canon 5d Mark ii | f/3.2 | 1/125 | iso 100 | Canon 70-200mm F2.8L IS USM @ 70mm

Did I mention it was FREAKING DARK in there? I mean seriously dark…thank goodness for my iPhone flashlight app! 😛 Let’s put it this way, it was so dark in there that the normally bright’ish app was rather dim!

…Enjoy!


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4 thoughts on “Switchboard

  1. Oooooh, so cool but also reminds me of something out of Stephen King’s “IT” and there might be that Pennywise clown waiting at the end with a balloon. Thanks for sharing, David.

  2. These photographs reminded me Lost series… Have you watched it? It was the most beautiful series for me… Wonderful and interesting photographs dear David, Thank you, with my love, nia

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