Here's the thing about Fort Dorchester: It's really dark. Sitting as it does beneath and amongst many really lovely trees (which surely weren't there when this was an active British army fortified powder magazine for the city of Charleston), and made of tabby that started its life almost white, with an additional layer of whiteish stucco judiciously slathered thereupon, but which is now a dark gray color, it takes a good bit of squinting to even notice that it's there. Squint harder. Now do you see it?