Legend surrounds this guerite on San Juan’s fortified wall, overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. Called “the Devil’s Guerite” (“La Garita del Diablo”), it is one of the oldest parts of Fort San Cristóbal, built in 1634. Some say soldiers randomly disappeared from the guerite. But the more widely believed story is that the only soldier who disappeared actually left his post to escape with his girlfriend.
This photo was composed according to the rule of thirds.