Barn Animals in a Ghost Town

by Kristi Hines · Arizona, Jerome


It never ceases to amaze me how Jason and I can go to the same places, and come back with a completely different set of photos. While he found some vehicular ghosts of the past, this was one of my favorite shots from Gold King Mine near Jerome, AZ. I spent most of my time fascinated with the barn animals and let him do the fancy stuff, like black & white compositions and hopping past barriers to get spooky shots of abandoned mines.

Barn Animal

Camera: Nikon D3000 with 18-55mm Nikkor Lens
Details: Shot at 55mm, 1/30s – F/5.6, ISO 200
Processing: Adobe Lightroom 3


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Chris Kenison

Great composition! Definitely like how you’ve framed this shot.

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Kristi Hines

Thanks Chris! I tried it from a few different angles, but this one was my favorite.

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Debbie

Gosh, I’m loving your photos Kristi! AZ sure looks great through your lens.

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Kristi Hines

Thanks Debbie! Arizona has definite beauty just hiding away in random places, ready to be exposed!

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Ryan Sexton

Kristi, Nice to see you post some photos. Jason’s been hogging all the posts lately ;). Great shot!

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Kristi Hines

Thanks Ryan! Hence why I had to move to my own site. 😉

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Fabrizio

Great photo Kristi. It’s amazing how you can tell of your state with just a pic. I’ve never been in AZ but Phoenix and I’m happy to start knowing it through your eyes. 🙂

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Kristi Hines

Thanks Fabrizio! I’ll be posting a lot more from around the southwest in the future, so stay tuned! 🙂

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