Cook bank

Uploaded: August 24, 2018 | Entered: August 24, 2018 11:24:28

Description

Category: Abandoned Buildings (Man-Made). Ryolite ghost town in the Nevada desert. Abandoned in 1916. The Cook Bank - the largest and most expensive building in town. Tamron 28-300 mm lens. PS CC. Topaz ReStyle.

Comments

John Koepfer @PresentPleasures August 24, 2018

What a wonderful work of art Natasha, I love the b&w against the night sky, beautiful light tones, image and touch of mystery!! Hope we see this again!! #1713559

Joanna Kovalcsik level-classic August 24, 2018

Fab capture, Natasha-- this is great!! #11721604

Natasha Pliss level-deluxe August 26, 2018

Thank you very much for the kind words, John and Joanna! #11721746

Leslie McLain level-deluxe September 04, 2018

Beautiful capture, Natasha. #11723650

Natasha Pliss level-deluxe September 09, 2018

Thank you very much, Leslie! #11724535

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