Ven. Beach WW II Gunnery Turret Base w. Shorebirds
When Guns of War are Silent, Birds Congregate. At Emma Wood State Beach, Ventura, two 38-foot concrete rings that served as bases for large artillery canons remain from WWII. Americans feared Japanese shore attacks. One did occur, on an oil refinery near Santa Barbara, but some historians ascribe it to a disgruntled Japanese submarine captain, who was taking revenge for a snub when he was an oil tanker captain along our coast. What the shorebirds think as they scurry from the waves around it is unknown. Each photo is printed on 11" x 17" on fine color paper, signed, mounted in a metal fram with acrylic face ready for hanging. $30 plus 7.25% tax, $2.59 USPS bubble mailer, and postage of $15.00 in USA.