Many of the buildings inside the fort were just shells with no roofs, windows or interiors. Near the entrance to the fort was this colourful mosaic of the plan of the fort. I thought it made a good foreground subject with the derelict building in the background. I spent a bit of time on the image removing a bright green sign on the little wall in front of the building to the right.
I saw this pair of cannon barrels and thought they made a great subject for the picture. I love the way they're pointing towards the old building in the background.
The next photo shows more of the old buildings inside the fort and the white lighthouse on the right. In the centre background are the masts of the yachts in a little harbour to the South of the fort.
In the next photo I have got a bit closer to the wall and moved the camera lower to concentrate more on the buildings inside the fort.
This building is the one at which the cannons were pointing in the earlier photo. The cannons are on the ground in front of the building on the left which is a bit of a museum and the building in the best condition on the site.
Some more of the buildings inside the fort.
This is a portrait version of the previous view but a little further to the right