Furniture or Reservations?

by Kristi Hines · Arizona, Black Canyon City, HDR


My final shot (for now) from the dog track in Black Canyon City. This is a look into the main area. If you look all the way in the back, you can even see a randomly misplaced toilet!

Black Canyon City Greyhound Park Dog Track Reservations

Camera: Nikon D3000 with 18-200mm Nikon Lens
Processing: Adobe Lightroom 3, Topaz Adjust, Photomatix Pro 4


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Keith Moyer

Looks like a really cool place to shoot. Nice work!
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Steve Beal

OMG that place is trashed! Love it! I’m in AZ this summer for a week, might have to visit this place :)
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Chris Frailey

Love the “reservations” in yellow.
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Jim Nix

Very cool, and love how the yellow just pops! Great shot Kristi! Jim

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Mike Criswell

Great series you have going Kristi!
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Scott Wood

Very nice shot. I simply never tire of images from the track.
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A.Barlow

ha-ha love this one! It’s ironic and that’s awesome. One question, why would a dog track have a big giant furniture sign? Was that relic from when they closed down? Like, trying to sell off their furniture?
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Kristi Hines

It was turned into a swap meet after the race track closed down. They obviously didn’t sell their chairs though. :)

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Chris Kenison

Great shot, Kristi. You’ve done an excellent job with this series!
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Tom Baker

This is fantastic!

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Jimi Jones

All of the crap lying around really adds so much detail to the image. Good stuff!
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Chris DeAngelis

Great shot! Seems like a great place to shoot!
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Scott Ackerman

Love the detail on the floor! Great shot!
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Jan Winther

Oh man, this is nice. Amazing detail. Great composition.
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Outography

Great shot! Lots details! The de-saturation makes it looks really nice! Still feel said about the place.
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Ryan Sexton

Great series this week, the urbex is a hit.
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Scott Webb

This is awesome Kristi – Your husband has competition! I like this version more, infact. Your shot gives me a better feeling. Weird but I sometimes feel somethings off in shots. Great Urbex shots lately

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Dave DiCello

Man that is kind of crazy to see how desolate that place is! You’ve captured it perfectly!
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atmtx

Wonderful lines in the ceiling. Love all the grungy detail.
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Katrina

So much detail I could look at it for hours. Beautifully captured, you really get a feel for the place. I’m so glad to have come across your blog through your recent ‘How I Organize Google Reader for Blog Commenting’ post when I clicked on my recommended items on Google Reader, thank you.
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