Cannon at Fort Charles, Nevis, West Indies
Photogrammetry of a relocated cannon at the site of Fort Charles, Nevis, West Indies. The site of Fort Charles is one of the earliest and longest lived British forts in the Caribbean (1620s-1890s). This cannon and several like it were reportedly moved to the site in the 1980s by the British Navy, who were on a goodwill tour of the region following the Falklands War, at the request of local heritage workers. The model was created with Photoscan and edited further in Blender.