A remnant from it’s mining past at the Superstition Mountain Museum.
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It’s a great picture, but I’ll be darned if I would go mining a mountain called Superstition – isn’t that like pressing your luck?
Who knows! Marketing ploy to keep others out maybe?
Never thought about that – it sure worked on me and I’m not even superstitious!!
But it’s a great place to visit and hike in 🙂
Great in B&W…BTW I am off to CO for the next 10 days and I may not be able to comment on BLOGs I follow…when I return, I’ll get caught up. I do have daily posts scheduled, so there will be something from me to view. Have fun!
Thanks. Have fun and stay warm in Co and look forward to new photos.
Thanks and I hope so…
Nice shot. I love old windmills.
That thin was built to last! Great use of monochrome, Teri.
They don’t build them like they used to, eh? 😉
Love the monochromatic photo, Teri! The clouds add to the story the windmill is telling here.
Thank you 🙂
Image looks nice in B+W – historical feel. The whole world was in black and white back then.