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Sunday, November 19, 2006

Midnight in the Garden


the.chronicler said...


the.chronicler said...

oh wow !

i just realized where this was taken
HA-HA !!

Peggi Meyer Graminski said...

Thanks Chronicler =) you know, the gate is, of course, a bit magical in itself - but I just had to use it as a point of interest in a collage...that place is so cool! I just love it! Hope you're doing well =)

tiffinix said...

A gorgeous portal into your imagination.

Deb said...

Very lovely... "old South" feel - is the gate someplace special?

the.chronicler said...

The gate is located in Old Bisbee, Arizona, which is about a stone's throw from Mexico. It's in the heart of the Old West with all of the lore and legends. The better-known (oddly enough) Tombstone AZ is just 20 minutes drive to the north on State Route 80. A copper mining city, Bisbee is nestled in the Mule Mountains. The historic part of the city, "Old Bisbee," resembles a M.C. Escher lithograph with its three-dimensional maze of stairways, alleys and interconnected masonry buildings, with many unique shops and restaurants, community centers and coveted hillside residences (which is where this particular gate leads to ... however, this sort of thing is not uncommon in Bisbee). An enormous sense of 'art' and 'culture' pervades the entire place 24/7. There literally is some sort of festival happening every weekend.

Oh, and did I mention the weather is perfect virtually all year round? Yeah. It is.

Is Bisbee "someplace special"?


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