A quick visit to Fort Christmas

Lynn wanted to take Christmas cards to the Christmas, Florida post office to be postmarked.  So we drove over there this morning and dropped them off.

On the way back, we stopped for a few minutes at the Fort Christmas Historical Park.  Here’s a few of the photos I made while we were there.  We’ll have to re-visit this place when we have more time.  There’s definitely some interesting photo opportunities lurking about, and I’ll report on them once I have a chance to explore.

Fort-Christmas_DSC3964_The washroom on the porch - B&W

The laundry area on the porch

Fort-Christmas__DSC3956_Old hides on the side of a cabin

A shed out behind an old cabin.  Animal hides hanging on the walls.

Fort-Christmas_IMG_0190_Sleeping quarters

A bedroom in one of the cabins.

I also took this photo of Crepe Myrtle berries and leaves this morning before we left. There’s so little fall color in Florida, that this caught our eyes.
Fort-Christmas_DSC3951_Crepe Myrtle berries and leaves - autum in Florida

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About Ed Rosack

I live in Central Florida and enjoy exploring the area. I'm interested in nature and wildlife photography - and many other things. I'm the chief reporter, lead writer, managing editor, main photographer, and publisher of the Central Florida Photo Ops website hosted at www.edrosack.com. You can also see more of my photos on my Flickr stream at http://www.flickr.com/photos/edrosack/