The Citadel At Fort Macomb Poster

The Citadel At Fort Macomb by David Morefield

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The Citadel At Fort Macomb Poster By David Morefield

Frame

Top Mat

Bottom Mat

Dimensions

Image:

8.00" x 5.38"

Overall:

10.00" x 7.38"

 

Print:

The Citadel at Fort Macomb by David Morefield - 8.00" x 5.38"

$23.00

Material:

Luster Photo Paper

$7.56

Finish:

Rolled in a Tube

$0.00

Assembly:

Assembly Charge

$0.00

Total:

 

$30.56

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About the Image

The Citadel at Fort Macomb by David Morefield

Fort Macomb is a 19th century brick fort located near New Orleans, Louisiana. Protecting the Chef Mentuer Pass, the fort stood guard over the route from the Gulf of Mexico to Lake Ponchartrain. Built in 1822, the fort was constructed of bricks and named Fort Wood in 1827. Later, it was named Fort Macomb after General Alexander Macomb, former Chief of Engineers and Commanding General of the Army. Fort Macomb is surrounded by a moat that pro helped funnel attackers to a narrow approach so that the fort could be easily defended. The inside of the fort features a citadel which is a last resort option should an attack reach inside the fort. The fort was used by the Confederate Army during the War of Northern Aggression, but was taken by the...

About the Artist - David Morefield

David Morefield

By David Morefield I started photography for a couple of reason, the main reason was for the pure enjoyment of creating something beautiful. In my past, I have seen some of the greatest horrors known to man, so finding other images to place into my head has been therapeutic. I call it "Image Replacement Therapy." Over time, I had some people ask about buying prints, so I started posting prints for sale and this is how Fluffyshotme Photography was born. I prefer to go out and capture whatever strikes me in the moment and if others like it, then great. My photography is more for me to appreciate, but if others can get enjoyment out of my work, then that brings me a sense of fulfillment. I am interested in travelling the world....

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