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Images of man-made structures; buildings, bridges, statues, roads and architectural elements like windows and doors, stairs, etc.
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Some history and a future prediction. The story predates the current building use, which is now the saloon mentioned in the story.
https://www.azcentral.com/story/news/lo ... 197558002/

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If they were intelligent they would have used your image for the article....anything else they are thinking about doing image wise, should involve you.

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Psjunkie, thank you very much for that vote of confidence. I was actually supposed to shoot this bar as part of the decorations for another bar. Projects came up, money became a bit scarce, then this quarantine issue put a hold on that.

That's ok because, in the interim, I've solved a year old nagging issue. That could produce an even more useful image for the project. I just learned today that the solution to my issue was inspirational in revising the manufacturing methods of a company from whom I purchased some equipment.
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Now you have me curious Bob...hope you will follow up with more details when appropriate.....

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rmalarz wrote:
Fri Jun 12, 2020 3:39 pm
Some history and a future prediction. The story predates the current building use, which is now the saloon mentioned in the story.
https://www.azcentral.com/story/news/lo ... 197558002/

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Nice moody monochrome that definitely has more artistic conception than the ones in the article. I love it when people preserve and repurpose old buildings. The tendency for too long has been to tear them down and replace them with some generic building with neither history nor personality.
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