Country Roads Magazine picks black-and-white Fort Macomb image in featured Relics 2015 Photo Project
Back in the spring, I met three fellow photographers in New Orleans for a two-day shoot that included a trip to the decaying Fort Macomb that sits along one of the old naval passages to the Big Easy. And one of the images captured during our time there has now been chosen as the inaugural feature in Country Roads Magazine’s Relics: 2015 Photo Project.
The black-and-white image was taken from atop the walls of the fort shows the parade grounds of the installation, with the armory in the background. It was one of a series taken during the trip with Houston photographers David Morefield, Tim Stanley and Jeremy Mancuso and hosted by the Louisiana State Parks.
Country Roads’ Relics: 2015 Photo Project is designed to collect images of some of the decaying history of the area, and is open to all photographers.