Photographer's Note

The TE influence has struck again, and now it’s Sergheis turn to be reason for my chosen post today. :)

It was his picture from a few days ago that prompted me to search back through my own and find this opposite viewpoint from where we were standing. This was taken at Goldfield Ghost Town in Apache Junction, Az…about a 30 minute drive from my place.

We both had a fun time roaming the dusty streets in this recreated old mining town, especially with cameras in hand…photo opportunities a plenty! We covered a lot of ground during his visit last year, some of which was a bit prickly. I’ve included a WS picture that shows Serghei stopping to take off a shoe and remove a small cactus needle that found its way through…a true desert experience! lol

I would like to have included a few people in this shot, but the only ones that passed by, did so right in front of the camera…completely obstructing the saloon. Next time out, a longer exposure to blur them and make it a “real” ghost town.

Thanks for stopping by.

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Additional Photos by Jason Cowling (jcpix) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 1857 W: 2 N: 3792] (14030)
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