Anyway, here's the photos from the fort. . .
The main gate:
Main gate and cannons above it:
Burgundy Flag of Spain (in use from early 1500s until late 1700s, according to the placard at base of flagpole):
The cross on the flag represents the cross that St. Andrew was crucified on, timbers that only had their branches lopped off of instead of trimmed and milled to a flat board. The flag of Ferdinand and Isabella preceded it and the flag of modern-day Spain followed it:
Heavier cannons at the top:
One of the corner towers:
The courtyard, seen from above:
Saturday's destination - the St. Augustine lighthouse. . .