Cisco Post Office

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UploadedMarch 7, 2008
TakenMarch 6, 2008
MakeCanon
ModelCanon EOS-1Ds Mark II
Exposure1/1250 sec at f/8
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length17 mm
ISO200
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Cisco is an almost-ghost-town you pass on your way to Moab if you take Scenic Byway 128. There are still a few residents living in ramshackle huts though you likely won't see them. It is a great place to photograph as the old buildings have character to spare.

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  • amber asaly

    amber asaly (Deleted) said (7 Mar 2008):

    nice shot

  • Rachel Mckinnie

    Rachel Mckinnie said (7 Mar 2008):

    How did you get there? When we tried, there was a sign that said Private No Trespassing, and an old guy hanging out near there, so we didn't dare. Hehe. Maybe we are just chickens.

  • Bret Edge

    Bret Edge said (7 Mar 2008):

    I didn't see any signs at the post office and there were no old men hangin' around. I did get the feeling that I was being watched, though. I'm okay with that so long as it wasn't through a rifle scope.

  • Dave Camara

    Dave Camara gave props (7 Mar 2008):

    I had a similar experience as Rachel. I ended up shooting from the car with a 300mm lens.

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