Photographing All Of Yavapai County In Central Arizona And Beyond
Very poetic. Don Quixote seems to be around this place.
And it looks like a powder puff sky...lovely!
I'm used to looking down on this little church. You got a whole new angle here.
I like this place.
I like that one too. I always remember the tall Cypress tree that grows next to it.
I've always been fascinated by that building. Isn't it a private home now?
Yes, Bruce, it is a private home now. I posted about it before telling of it's origin, being built by the miners out of the old boxes that the blasting powder came in. I have never been inside, but I would like to.
What an interesting building. Love your angle on this shot.
And my favorite as well! I was going to ask if it is still a private residence but I see your answer to the question asked by Catalyst. I think it would be fun to live in such an unconventional place.
Easy to understand why it's your favourite, it's fantastic and so is this shot.
I've been among the missing for some time. I'm glad to back to see what you have posted. I was inside this house about 20 years ago, when we stopped to look closely at it. It had been vacant for some time. We didn't know it had been purchased by two guys from the Valley who were restoring it. They let us come inside and see what they were doing to it. The view from there was amazing.
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