That's a cinematic locale. I wouldn't mind being there for the firing of the cannon.
David, it is wonderful to behold. We hoisted a Cube Libre afterward.
Way cool!!What a lovely spot. And that sounds like a terrific way to end the day. Cannon fire and Cube Libre - who could ask for anything more?
What a cool shot!! Now I have this visual of 1,000s of cannonballs in a pile at the harbor bottom. Hopefully they change the angle and the amount of shot every once in a while.Cheers ~
I love these photos. I've had my mini vaca with them today. Thanks you.Mary
I do so enjoy watching traditional ceremonies like that.
df Bag Lady, it was an amazing experience.Thanks, Conny. I hope so, too. This has been going on for a few centuries now, I believe.So glad you're enjoying it, Mary.Messymimi, it was moving in its own way.
Great shot, Leah. I guess the locals get quite used to hearing the nightly firing.
Thanks, Hilary. I suppose if you've grown up with it you may not even pay attention anymore.
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