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War Bonnet

War Bonnet

Buffalo Bill & Wife

Buffalo Bill & Wife

Old West Grave Sites

Old West Grave Sites

Many of the people buried here were exhumed from their original graves and moved to this memorial cemetery
Stories of the Old Trail

Stories of the Old Trail

Famous Buffalo Hunter Resting Spot

Famous Buffalo Hunter Resting Spot

This is not Buffalo Bill's grave. This hunter was thought to have killed over a 1000 buffalo
Groaning Wagon with Elk Bones

Groaning Wagon with Elk Bones

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Old West Horse Drawn Sleighs

Old West Horse Drawn Sleighs

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WANTED!!!

WANTED!!!

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Hunter's Cabin

Hunter's Cabin

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  • War Bonnet
  • Buffalo Bill & Wife
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Old Trail Town, Cody, Wyoming, Part @

by Grayson

This is Old Trail Town, Cody Wyoming, Part 2. A great tour for any history buff, but especially those who love the West.

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07/19/17

Fred Brown

The skill is in being able to know what is the right spot. All your shots prove that you know the right spot for each shot. It's like the technician that gets paid the big bucks for knowing which screw to turn.

07/19/17

Fred Brown

Another beautiful collection. I see in these new postings why I clicked "follow" a long time ago. Angle and composition are probably, physically, the two easiest factors in taking a shot. Move to the right spot, and set your frame right (or set it big and

Grayson

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First camera was a Brownie Starmite received as a Christmas present at about Age 16. That started my long affection for photography. Began using a 35mm while in college. Initially with an old Casca. Learned B&W darkroom methods on a Bessler Enlarger and "smelly" chemistry. N…