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Theres a new Cactus in Town

By liparig
This Saguaro cactus in the deserted Goldfield Station gold mine in Arizona seems to be protecting the town looking for ruffians like a new sheriff. All it needed was a new shinny badge.

Applied Sepia Photo filter in Photoshop on the bottom half of the image to give it a more western old feel to it.

Tags: General Transport Cactus Western Arizona Saguaro Landscape and travel

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Arcticfox 17 22 Scotland
24 Jun 2006 7:36AM
I dont know what attracts specifically, but I like it.
Peter
Malc_V 15 England
24 Jun 2006 8:35AM
Great image, love the effect you give it with the sepia to the bottom of pic.
Well done.
Malc.
thorn 17 124 2 Scotland
24 Jun 2006 9:12AM
Hi Joe,that cactus is brilliant,love the sepia toning,detail,lighting,exposure and clarity.Take care.AnnSmile
taggart Plus
17 47 14 United States
24 Jun 2006 12:15PM
A very cool image-- well seen and well done-- The cactus does seem to be guarding the antiques-- no hiding under that tree!

Jennnnnnnnnnn
tomcat 16 6.4k 15 United Kingdom
24 Jun 2006 3:47PM
That looks like an old piece of equipment in the background..what an amazing place

Adrian
tonymarq 16 1 United States
25 Jun 2006 2:59AM
Excellent capture on the cactus and a nice town seen to add!

stay well
tonymarq
yjjeep 17 13
25 Jun 2006 11:30PM
Cool looking place.Very nice detail and lighting.
gajewski 17 10 9 United States
27 Jun 2006 3:06AM
Nice one. i can almost feel the dry heat. :-0
-=Walter
glazzaro 16 70 23 United States
28 Jun 2006 1:40AM
Excellent shot, nice work. Spot on! Click!!!

Greg
angelamary 16 6 England
3 Jul 2006 4:18PM
Well worked. Nice shot!
pamelajean Plus
15 1.6k 2238 United Kingdom
14 Jul 2006 7:26AM
Interesting shot, I wouldn't have known about the sepia until I read your description, it just looks so right. Nice composition and perspective with the buildings on the right.

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