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Drove to Arizona late last week for a little picture vacation. Stopped at Goldfield Ghost Town which is in the shadow of this mountain in the morning.


Here is an afternoon shot.


Coming up the hill into town.

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Very nice work. The second is a dandy. Great sky.

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Thanks Chuck.
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A little further into town we come to the saloon.


Across the street is the museum and center of frame is the brothel. I was too early in the season for the brothel to be open. A shame because it would have been great to photo the women in their costumes.


Top of the hill is the church.
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I guess this was used to melt or transfer liquid metals.
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Great shots Greg.
I recall going through that area several years ago.
Beautiful country for sure.
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Greg, nice shots. This looks like a place you could spend a whole day in.

I agree with Chuck, the second shot in the first group is my favourite as well.

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Nice work Greg. Looks like a very intersting place.
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Thanks, yeah I could have spent more time but wanted to get down to Yuma.

Here are some more shots from Goldfield and nearby.








I wish the power lines weren't in this shot. I may remove them at a later date. It seemed everywhere I wanted to shot had some lines in the background. Including the church shot just above. I did take the lines out of that one.


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