Skywatch Friday # 35

The interior of Old Fort Niagara, New York.  October 25, 2008.

The interior of Old Fort Niagara, New York. October 25, 2008.

This is my entry for Sky Watch Friday, a weekly meme that allows you to see more of the sky from all over the world. Last week over 300 people shared their skies through this meme.  To see some beautiful skies from around world, or to join and share your sky photos with us, click HERE.

When Betsy and I visited by daughter and her husband in Buffalo last October, we also visited Old Fort Niagara.  The fort is at the entrance to the Niagara River not far from Niagara Falls and has been in existence since 1726.

It was a rainy, blustery day the afternoon we visited the fort.  I snapped this picture from the parade ground as more clouds moved in.  Since we were visiting an old military post, I couldn’t resist converting this to sepia.

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31 Responses to “Skywatch Friday # 35”

  1. Enigma Says:

    A very ominous looking sky. One wonders what it was like on both sunny and dreary days ….life living and working in a remote fort back in the day. Thanks for sharing!

  2. connie Says:

    Nice sky. I like the sepia.

  3. chrome3d Says:

    Sepia fits the mood and period perfectly.

  4. Guy D Says:

    Excellent shot, thanks for sharing.

    Have a great weekend.
    Guy
    Regina In Pictures

  5. floreta Says:

    great choice for monochrome.

  6. Carrizo Says:

    The sepia color is suitable for this photo. Nice shot.

  7. Ivon Says:

    Great shywatch photo. Using sepia tells the story of the place being old. This was a good choice. Thanks for sharing.

  8. Merisi Says:

    This is a beautifully presented image! 🙂

  9. Indrani Says:

    B/W effect feels good for the photo.

  10. Jan Says:

    The slepia coloring is just perfect for this photo. Could have been taken yesterday or 100 years ago!

  11. Tarolino, Finland Says:

    Wonderful post George. Such a lot of history. The sepia is the very best approach I think. Really makes this fort seem as historic monument (which it is).

  12. postcardsfromwildwood Says:

    I agree – the sepia is perfect for this shot!

  13. treadway Says:

    I like this in sepia….I would like it anyway.

  14. Darla Says:

    Hi My Betsy’s George,
    I love this photo, there is just something about sepia!!

  15. Larry D Says:

    Great photo! Happy SWF!

  16. Evita Says:

    George this looks so good, it looks as if you captured it a hundred years ago or so – as if it looked the way it did in its original day. Perhaps the coloring of the photo and the sky have added to this neat effect!

  17. Shelley Says:

    I love the sepia effect on this Fort – I feel like I’ve stepped back in time!

  18. Susie Says:

    What a neat looking fort. I’ve never heard of it but it looks like a interesting place to visit. I bet there is lots of history.

  19. Secret Mom Thoughts Says:

    Nice shot and I like the sepia.

  20. Mary Says:

    The sepia makes it very dramatic.

  21. Bohol Today Says:

    Nicely done for SWF. Clever entry.

  22. Mildred Says:

    Interesting place and love the sepia print. Have a nice weekend.

  23. busy bee suz Says:

    It looks like someone took that picture 100 years ago. Cool shot George. Love the sepia….

  24. Brit' Gal Sarah Says:

    George I love the sepia effect, it makes it look dramatic.

  25. Tammie Says:

    The clouds are very dramatic in this image. i like the sepia, nice choice.

  26. babooshka Says:

    It reminds me of the Wizard of Oz before it Tornado struck and the world turned colour. Nostalgic

  27. LEEDRA Says:

    It really does appear to be an old photo.

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  28. Grammy Says:

    That is an amazing photo!

  29. Louise Cannon Says:

    This is a fantastic photo! I love the mood of it!

  30. SandyCarlson Says:

    I would love to see this, and I should since it’s so close. Thanks for the nostalgic image!

  31. happilyretired Says:

    Interesting sepia treatment of this marvelous photograph! Very kewl ;–)
    Hugs and blessings,

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