What was simply wind with light rain mist turned into something solid. AND the wind is still blowing.
Working on some of my pictures from our Timbucktoo photo shoot, I accidently hit a setting with my mouse. But I liked the results, so I didn’t correct it. The “yellow” building at the end is disappearing from my original so it will only leave the old store.
I add these so Al of the Bayfield Bunch can put on his SE AZ glasses to see the beauty in old, falling apart, burnt, antique buildings. Al says in Canada they have to get rid of the old stuff that falls out of repair or falling down. (Don’t slow down, Al and above all, don’t trip!!!) This was a beautiful, old ranch until a few years ago when some illegals set it on fire.
These were taken around an old farmhouse that was completely destroyed. This is what I would guess was a ranch hand's house….kind of an all-in-one bungalow. The water tank was next to the windmill and would have been filled by the pump attached to the windmill. (Wind? In this valley???)
A revisit of Bisbee is something we always do. There is more and more that capture our eye when we drive on the open, wide roads of Bisbee. (Actually the roads were originally mule trails and you didn’t dare own a fat mule in those days.)
That’s my story and I’m stickin’ to it.
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Sam & Donna Weibel
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