I See You Inside Two Guns

by Kristi Hines · Arizona, HDR, Two Guns


On the way back from Monument Valley, we noticed the exit for Two Guns and couldn’t resist, considering the great urbex photos we had seen by Mike Olbinski, Rick Young, Chris Frailey, and Ken Peterson from that spot.

The one of the major challenges of shooting at Two Guns is capturing the least offensive graffiti as possible. So I apologize in advance if there’s something a bit offensive in here, but I think I left out the worst of it while giving you a great look inside one of the buildings. Just remember – they are watching you!

I See You Inside Two Guns Arizona

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


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Jimi Jones

Wow, looks like someone had lots of fun in this place. 🙂
Nice composition.
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Scott Wyden Kivowitz

Nice shot, great processing – I love that you left the outside so bright.
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Dave DiCello

Oh wow, so much to look at Kristi and you’ve captured it all stunningly! Awesome colors, perfect processing, love it!
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Justin

I’m surprised they didn’t get a Certificate of Occupancy? Cool find!
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Chris Frailey

I know that place. 🙂 Nice shot Kristi. The inside of that old lodge was insane.
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Jim Denham

Awful lot going on in this one, but you’ve captured the title well! Good work!
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A.Barlow

Great work! I think you pulled it off fantastically.

And WTF, is that Bruce Lee?!?
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Kristi Hines

I know, right? I thought that was a funny piece by itself. So random!

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Jim Nix

Great shot Kristi, great processing too! This kind of stuff is just a joy to look at. Jim

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Ryan Sexton

Well I guess the new owners wont have to worry about ventilation. Great job I didnt see any offensive graffiti 😉
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Barbara Youngleson

This is grunge at its best, Kristi. It looks as though there were flying light fixtures and ceiling tiles! An occupational hazard, right. Love the detail in the graffiti and in the wood grain.
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Scott Frederick

Really love this shot! Urbex goodness!!!
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Curt Fleenor

Great capture, Kristi! Your write up made me want to search every detail!
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Bill Jones

Nice capture. HDR brings out the highlights.
My fav part is “I see you” & Love

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Rob Hanson

What were you doing in my living room?!

I love the ‘realistic’ processing that went into this. Great job.
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Steve Beal

Hahahaha – I love the “I see you” – great UrbEx scene!
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Tim Pursall

Great HDR Kristi. Lots to take in!

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bob lussier

Love it. No need to apologize for any offensive graffiti. Its just part of the genre. Although, I have yet to publish a particularly offensive piece of Graffiti I caught in an image from Belchertown State School. 🙂

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David LaSpina

Great urban decay shot! Ah, good old American graffti. The stuff here just doesn’t compare.
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Rob

Awesome work! What is it about urban decay that inspires us to capture the image? Having been in an abandoned building riddled with graffiti, it is difficult to be offended. Except I was offended by the pungent smell of mold that gave me a headache.
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Chris Nitz

Wow, that is a lot of destruction. Love all the little areas people have found to slap up some graffiti. Nice shot!
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Mark Blundell

Nice shot – place looks VERY trashed though!

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Daniela Duncan

Excellent work!
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Michael Tuuk

Wow, what a place!
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