A Miner’s Shack Abstract


I took this photograph in Death Valley, California where there was, for a while, a thriving borax mining economy. Working in a place where the summer temperatures very often rise to well over a 100 degrees fahrenheit was terribly hard and when the valley mining companies couldn’t get investors because richer deposits were found elsewhere, the mines closed.

All that is left now are the broken remnants of human habitation where the pitiless sun shines through broken windows making harsh abstracts in the glare.

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