The Bicycle and the Door

Marty CohenArchitecture, Arizona, Bisbee10 Comments

The Bicycle and the Door

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This is a building on Tombstone Canyon, an uphill road in Bisbee AZ, pretty much across the street from the old auto garage with the VW bus painted on the garage’s door. You can only image the assortment of signs that used to be attached to that wall. To me, it’s an interesting building with kind of a mysterious history. It is inhabited as I watched a man unlock the door and go inside. What do you think it used to be?

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The photo was taken with a Canon EOS 40D, EF17-40mm f/4L lens, 1/250 sec at f/8, ISO 200.

10 Comments on “The Bicycle and the Door”

  1. Hello,
    I am Angiela. As I was searching for cool pictures and art I found this. Very interesting.. Good work. I found a little history for you. The web address is http://www.roadsideamerica.com/tip/11398 , I thought you and your readers would enjoy / like to have more info.. Again good job and Thank You for the nice photo..
    Angiela, MI, USA

  2. My first thought is that it’s a junk store. The largest circles may have been hubcaps and some of the others found objects of interest but the ovals and squares are throwing me. Nice photo.

  3. Hardware store???

    Whatever it was, brings back memories of how buildings looked while growing up in a small town in Minnesota!

    Nice picture.

    Pat & Larry

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