"Two roads diverged in a yellow wood... And sorry I could not travel both. I took the one less traveled by. And that has made all the difference." --Robert Frost

Saturday, March 28, 2015

Photo Challenge - Day One

 
About the challenge:
I was invited by Jim of exploRVistas, to take part in a five day black and white photo challenge.
 
This photo was taken at the jail in the Gleeson Ghost Town off Hwy181.  Gleeson was an old mining town in 1870.  The town jail wasn't built until after the turn of the century. Before the jail was constructed, prisoners were chained up to the "jail tree", a large oak located in a nearby wash with a metal cable wrapped around it. The prisoner's right hand would be attached to the cable and he would remain there for however long, rain or shine. When it rained, water would fill up the wash and "clean out the jail." 
As part of the challenge I am to nominate a fellow blogger each of the five days to join in and take part. So today I nominate Jim & Barb from  Jim & Barbs RV Adventure.  Jim, Barb & Daisy have been on the road fulltime just over a year now and have pretty much circumvented the US.  They start a really interesting workcamping job soon. 
The only rules of the challenge are:
1. On five consecutive days, create a post using a recent or past photograph in black and white.
2. Invite another blogging friend each day to join in the challenge.

I hope you enjoy my photos, and hopefully Jim will accept the challange!

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