Point Nepean – Fort

Fort Nepean contains a number of fortifications built from the 1880’s through to the World War 1 and World War 2. Displays and audiovisuals are located in different areas around the park and tell the story of how strategic this area was in the defense of Australia. The  quarantine station is also situated in the park and I have added photos of this under a different post.

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About Christine Wilson Photography

Currently working as a nurse in Melbourne and part-time photographer
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8 Responses to Point Nepean – Fort

  1. Stunning images Christine!

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  2. Kathy Thompson says:

    Excellent work. The black and white works well with the textures and lighting.
    Looks like a great place to visit.

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  3. Very nice collection. Have been there once but spent so much time at the quarantine station I did not get to the fort. The black and white certainly suits the subject – well done

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  4. Eden says:

    Great stuff for black and white. Nice!

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  5. johnholding says:

    Stunning black and white work Christine. Never been to half the places on your blog. Definitely have to get out more.

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  6. mspau says:

    Reblogged this on Melbourne Street Photography and commented:
    Some great location suggestions by Christine Wilson Photography

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