The Fortress of Rhodes

THE FORTRESS OF RHODES, a photographic portfolio of 11" x 14" gelatin-silver prints, explores the light, texture, and grandeur of the Greek island that was once the stronghold of the Hospitaller Order of St. John of Jerusalem, Knights Hospitaller. These pictures emphasize the monumental architectural efforts of the order following the Crusades.

The tangible beauty and strength of the Fortress of Rhodes depicted in these landscapes, is testimony to the heroic achievements of the Knights of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem and it stands as a durable record of the society's art and architecture.

The photographs in this portfolio allow the viewer to visually travel the historic walkways of Rhodes and feel the legendary influences of the early members of this medieval order.