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Friday, March 30, 2007

Harshaw Doorway - 41618

Steve and I spent a day travelling through southern Pima and Santa Cruz counties tracking down a few of the ghost towns that pepper Arizona. Most if not all of them are old mining towns that disappeared after the ore was gone. Our first few towns had little or nothing left besides their weed overgrown cemeteries. The first success we had was at the townsite of Harshaw. This is the front doorway of crumbling adobe home. It is just about all that is left of that thriving town of the late 1800's.

Canon 20D - 1/250th second, 100mm @ f/ 25, ISO 800


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