Hoot Hoot

by Kristi Hines · Arizona, Black Canyon City, HDR


Another gem from my urbex trip to the Black Canyon Greyhound Park. I couldn’t resist capturing this as it reminded me of Twitter and how lost I am without my HootSuite.

Hoot Hoot Inside Black Canyon Greyhound Park

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


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Scott Wyden Kivowitz

Someone liked Hootsuite :-)

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Jimi Jones

Graffiti artist seldom miss an opportunity to make something their canvas. :-)
The orange chairs add a nice touch of color to this shot.
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David LaSpina

Give a hoot, write some graffiti
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Dave DiCello

This is just great Kristi! I like how you’ve composed this with the seats in the frame as well, looks awesome!
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Scott Frederick

Great composition and I love the way the yellow beams and orange chairs play well together. By the way I just added you and Jason to my blog’s BlogRoll. :)
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Kristi Hines

Awesome Scott, thanks! I have been meaning to actually add a blogroll to my site (or complete it at least). Now I have the inspiration! :)

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Rob

A pop of color in urban decay brightens the day.
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Jim Nix

looks great Kristi, and yes HS is a great app! Jim

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Miles Wolstenholme

“Owl Be Back”, LOL. Well spotted Kristi – I love the colours in this composition.
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Chris Nitz

I’m with you on the Hootsuite. The things graffiti artists will put up these days. Fun shot!
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Barbara Youngleson

This is a riot (and a hoot) Kristi! Great composition and fun colors. That sign is wonderful; would you reserve a table there?
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Kristi Hines

I wouldn’t eat anything in this place! :)

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Ryan Sexton

If I ever make it back to Arizona I have to go here. The location is a goldmine for your urbex shots.
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Jim Denham

Nice catch Kristi, and where would we be without our Twitter fixes?
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Chris Frailey

Good eye on catching this Kristi. Did you happen to get a portrait shot of you next to the owl?
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Kristi Hines

No, but I should have! I was just thinking about maybe getting myself into some shots in the future… always thinking about the scene and not much else!

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A.Barlow

lmao that’s awesome I can see why you say that!!
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Curt Fleenor

Sweet capture and cool story to go with it Kristi.
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Toad Hollow Photography

How truly awesome is this! Love the blog here Kristi, you’ve really made this ol’ Toad smile today!! What a great image, love the composition!
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Scott Wood

I never tire of images from the dog track. I love the lighting in the ceiling and the orange of the seats.
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Eric D. Greene

Feel like I’m hearing more and more about Hootsuite lately. I need to give it a try! Could never get into Tweetdeck…

Great photo!
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Thomas

Hi Kristi
This is my first visit to this blog. You really take some great pictures on some great locations.
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