El Morro, San Juan, PR

Posted by on April 4, 2012 in Blog, Fine Art, Photography, Popular Prints | 0 comments

 March 10, 2012 – Photography of El Morro
in Viejo San Juan, Puerto Rico

This first shot is over looking the sea side away from the El Morro castle. They have this really cool graveyard right on the water.  FYI -Viejo means “old” for the non-Spanish inclined.

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Breathtaking!

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A view of one of the sea facing exteriors of the fort.

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 This on the entrance to El Morro. I love these old crests and often use them in my Graphic Design.

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Very cool perspective and interesting angles.

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 Just had to do it.

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This was the last day of the trip. It almost got ruined cause we drove hours to go see the caves of Camuy, waited in line for 2.5 hours and still did not get in.

We eventually had to leave towards Old San Juan before our flight that after noon and we still had to return the rental car.

 

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