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Strawberry Schoolhouse

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Strawberry Schoolhouse in Strawberry, Arizona, with the Fisheye 2. The oldest standing schoolhouse in Arizona. (Explore)

~lala~(Lisa), Pepix2007, prdsra1, and 84 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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  1. SolarScot. 72 months ago | reply

    this is a fab image,really like it,well done

  2. Larry Teo 72 months ago | reply

    brilliant colours!

  3. Animal Photo 72 months ago | reply

    Cool picture!!!!

    You are invited to post your photo to Cool Beans

  4. Paul_C_Reus (not around) 72 months ago | reply

    Looks fabulous in the fisheye - great tone!

  5. kstoon 72 months ago | reply

    really nice! those colors really rock.

  6. mankamen et ella 71 months ago | reply

    Wow..Lomofied!!
    Very nice..

  7. Haiku Garry 71 months ago | reply

    wow, great shot. i love the colors and that fisheye view.

  8. adam.hrabovsky 69 months ago | reply

    great exposure =)

    my friends cabin is right up the hill across the road from there

  9. cziffra1 69 months ago | reply

    Great capture! Love the fisheye perspective. I'm an admin for a group called Historic One-Room Schoolhouses of America, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

  10. tikayiyay 68 months ago | reply

    oh wow, great capture!

  11. atridim 65 months ago | reply

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  12. matosman0251 57 months ago | reply

    beautiful photo and wonderfull colors !
    can you tell what kind of film did you use ?

  13. DaveCrosby 55 months ago | reply

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

  14. Andrea1093 39 months ago | reply

    Great capture ;)

  15. DavidK-Oregon 35 months ago | reply

    Terrific shot. Love to see historical shots like this.

  16. cometaysinembargo 24 months ago | reply

    Great photo!!! I've used it in my blog: profesorenapuros.es/2012/05/photo-pin-un-recurso-muy-util...
    Thanks for using CC licenses.

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