The black-and-white fine-art architectural photograph of the Fortress of San Carlos de la Cabana in Havana, Cuba, is truly remarkable. The tunnel, a prominent feature in the picture, is an exceptionally captivating sight. The tunnel's walls have been crafted from large, intricately carved stones to create a curved effect, a unique design, and character.
The ceiling is also made from these stones, and the light from the entrance and numerous windows casts a subtle, yet dramatic, shadows against the walls. As you walk through the tunnel, you can't help but feel the history and culture of the fort, and it's easy to imagine the stories and events that have unfolded within its walls. The tunnel is a powerful reminder of the grandeur and importance of the Fortress of San Carlos de la Cabana, and it is a beautiful sight to behold.
© Dan Kosmayer, 2017