Fine Art photography, for hanging wall art or framed prints. Wine cellar? Dungeon? No, this photo captures a narrow passage to a lower level in Fort McHenry, Baltimore. The shelling of this fort by the British in 1814 inspired Francis Scott Key to compose our National Anthem. One of the few places inside the compound to offer any kind of cover from bombardment, it was also the coolest place to be on a hot summer day.
The photography of Frank Romeo, featuring Fine Art prints of the American West, Route 66, and Cities of the United States. My work has been seen and published worldwide, most recently in the documentary motion picture "Autumn of Route 66" and cover art for the latest CD released by the band Turkuaz.
A heartfelt thanks goes out to the folks who now display my art in their homes and offices. I would love to hear from you, so drop me a line through the site itself, or at my Facebook Photography Page:
You are also invited on a cross country road trip along old Route 66:
Travel Route 66 - FrankFooterFotos
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