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    One of my favorite ghost towns of all. Almost a ghost town. Still a few people left but only a few. Love this place. When I go there, I always sit on the porch for awhile and reflect, chill, veg out, what ever you want to call it. (smile)
    Thanks for looking.
    Jim

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    1. Randy L. 78 months ago | reply

      Very cool capture! Great job!

      This photo took my BREATH away

      BREATHTAKING

    2. Calakmul 78 months ago | reply

      Nice work on this!!!

    3. holdingwonders 78 months ago | reply

      The light rays are magnificent.

    4. kzappaster (out of order) 78 months ago | reply

      An excellent shot! I saw this at ...

      Pixel Expressions

      Pixel_Expressions

    5. Bill Jones Jr [deleted] 78 months ago | reply


      Your Photo Belongs in The Exhibit!!! (Invite Only) We’d LOVE to have you join!
      Please post this excellent photo in The Exhibit group (Post 1 Comment 3)!

    6. Scott M Duncan 78 months ago | reply

      You have such a way with light.

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    7. The Couple Next Door [deleted] 77 months ago | reply

      This Image seen at Gave Ya Chills, Check it out today

    8. Awesh 71 months ago | reply

      awesome...

    9. Chris Stahl 70 months ago | reply

      I happened to run across your photo here:
      www.smashingmagazine.com/2008/06/09/beautiful-black-and-w...
      and while it is a nice photo, I have to wonder why you felt the need to photoshop the hell out of it.

      Those light rays could not have existed in the original shot. If the sun were actually at that angle then why are the shadows in the picture going to the right? If the ray to the farthest left were actually there, then the shadow of the railing would have been almost directly under the rail. The sun in this picture, as is blatantly obvious from the direction of the shadows, isn't even in this frame. For those shadows to be where they are, it would have to be off to the left and higher in the sky.

      Again, why photoshop what was a decent photo to begin with?

    10. Chris Stahl 70 months ago | reply

      My sincerest apologies as I was apparently misunderstood. I had meant to say that the photo would likely have looked fantastic even without photoshopping in the sun rays. Looking at some of your other pics, it's obvious that you have a great photographic eye.

      Again, sorry.

      As for my photos, thanks for your comments.

    11. Nina Pearman 67 months ago | reply

      Looks great, dig the sun rays

    12. C.h.E.c.H.i 67 months ago | reply

      looks like Dorothy's house from the Wizard of Oz!!!

    13. .michalfanta. 62 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Follow the LIGHT, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

      We would love to have this WONDERFUL PHOTO
      added to our group Follow the LIGHT.
      If you are not a member yet, feel free to join us. :)
      follow the light
      Photographed by JLStrahm

    14. stephenvantuyl 44 months ago | reply

      Killer shot! Love the lighting.

    15. tjsphotobrigg 17 months ago | reply

      Beautiful image, superb B&W.

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