Soft light from overcast skies illuminated Nancy as she stood in a doorway.
Ft. Stevens was designed during the Civil War to defend the region around the mouth of the Columbia River. The fort was operational until the conclusion of World War II.
The old structures of the fort – a series concrete rooms, walkways, lookouts, and gun emplacements – seemed at first glance hardly worth photographing. Yet we found, once we made our way across a soggy stretch of grass, that the old Fort, exhibited an Nancy was a good sport to pose for several of us in doorway with a colorful background.