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Pioneer Wagon - Pipe Springs National Historic Monument - Arizona iPhone 14 case by Gary Whitton. Protect your iPhone 14 with an impact-resistant, slim-profile, hard-shell case. The image is printed directly onto the case and wrapped around the edges for a beautiful presentation. Simply snap the case onto your iPhone 14 for instant protection and direct access to all of the phone's features!
A replica pioneer wagon at Pipe Springs National Historic Monument. Located on the modern day Kaibab Paiute Indian Reservation, Pipe Springs was... more
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Protect your with an impact-resistant, slim-profile, hard-shell case. The image is printed directly onto the case and wrapped around the edges for a beautiful presentation. Simply snap the case onto your for instant protection and direct access to all of the phone's features!
A replica pioneer wagon at Pipe Springs National Historic Monument. Located on the modern day Kaibab Paiute Indian Reservation, Pipe Springs was first encountered by the European explorer Antonio Armijo during his 1829–1830 expedition between Abiquiu, New Mexico, and Mission San Gabriel Arcángel, in San Gabriel, California. His pioneering route would become known as the Armijo Route of the Old Spanish Trail.Pipe Springs would eventually be named by Jacob Hamblin, during a Mormon missionary expedition to the area in 1858. A group of Mormon pioneers soon followed in the 1860's establishing a cattle operation in the area. Following the Black Hawk Wars,and Indian raids on Pipe Springs during the conflict, the fort visitors see today was established to protect the springs. The Fort was eventually acquired by Brigham Young, the leader of the Mormon Church, and it remained under Church ownership until 1895. It was eventually purchased by the National Park Service and established as a monu...
Gary has worked as a stock and fineart photographer for more than a decade, with a focus on landscapes, nature, architecture, and night photography. His photography has appeared in content produced by Foders, Conde Nast, Macmillan, Microsoft, the American Water Resources Association, and the European Commission. Follow me on - Facebook, Zazzle and Ultimateplaces.com
Nice b&w work!
Kathleen K Parker
Wonderful composition in bw, Gary! Very appealing! :) kk
Very nice work.
Wonderful image...captures the era.
Gary, beautifully composed and exposed; very nice work. l/f
Beautiful B&W. L
Great piece for b/w
Beautiful image !!
Marcia Lee Jones
Nice capture....great in black and white!