Thursday, May 17, 2012

Arizona Road Trip: Tombstone


Stagecoaches still roam the streets of Tombstone, giving present day tourists a taste of the old west. If you can catch a photo with modern conveniences hidden, you can make it look like a classic post card.


Which do you like better, the color or the sepia?

15 comments:

Kate said...

That's a hard call, Sharon. My preference is usually color, but sepia fits the subject very well.

Randy said...

Because Tombstone has so much color I think I would choose the color shot.

Kathy said...

The sepia does look like a postcard but I'm a color nut!

Judy said...

I like all the bright color in the first one and the wet street makes this a rare shot.

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

The red and green are too vibrant to forego.

Bruce Taylor, a.k.a. Catalyst said...

I agree. The colors in the first one are just too vivid to let them go.

RedPat said...

I'm for the colour too!

glenda said...

I like them both for different reasons.

Regina K said...

I love the color in the first one. The sepia is perfect for the old west. Love 'em both.

Teresa said...

Sepia!!!! yes....awesome!

Jack said...

Well done. I am 98 percent in favor of color, but for this "old" scene, I like the sepia.

Mia Lorin said...

The sepia one is beautiful!!! ;-)

Magpie said...

I like the sepia and of course, the rain! We live so close to Tombstone, but haven't been in years.

JM said...

Fantastic! The sepia image could be an old photo.

brattcat said...

each has its own charm.