The Walls Come Crumbling Down

by Kristi Hines · Arizona, Jerome


I’m really not sure what this used to be, but it was some ruins on the side of the road in Jerome. Inside was an weather-worn copy of the book Policy Paradox and Political Reason that I’ll post at a later date when I’m feeling a bit bookish.

Crumbling Ruins in Jerome, AZ

Camera: Nikon D3000 with 18-55mm Nikkor Lens
Processing: Adobe Lightroom 3, Topaz Adjust


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Jimi Jones

Love this shot and the way you composed it. Interesting doorway. Makes you wonder about what was once behind it.
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Eden

Cool subject, and nice processing 🙂
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Mark Garbowski

Fascinating how so many of these structures seem to leave just the wall that had the door in it behind.
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Steve Beal

I love finding scenes like this, it’s fun to imagine what kind of structures they were… I just found the old brick foundation of a house in the woods nearby, heading back this weekend to capture 🙂
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Chris DeAngelis

Nice comp. The processing is cool – almost IR-ish…
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Chris Frailey

Lots of texture, I dig it.
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Jim Nix

door to nowhere? great shot Kristi and great find!
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Scott Webb

Another great place you’ve found! My only issue is that my eyes are going all over the place and that I feel as if I want you to direct me to something. I think even some vignetting would help with that issue.
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Dave DiCello

There is something about this shot that just really draws you in!
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