Marilyn, Marie, and I visited Tombstone earlier this week. After lunching at the OK Cafe, we visited Doc Holiday’s Gunfight Palace where several historic gunfights were reenacted. I took these photos during the performance.
The Tombstone Courthouse, which is now a museum. I think it was worth the $5 per person entry fee.
The Tombstone Epitaph, which also seems to be a museum:
These photos are from Boot Hill, seemingly one of the few places in town at which admittance is free.
I met Jonathon while I was at the Fountain Park as the sun was going down. He and his sister were riding their bicycles while their parents walked slightly ahead. He asked me what I was doing and I replied that I was taking a photo of the sign for the Coyote and Key sculpture so that I that I’d remember what the sculpture was named when I got home.
He asked me if I could take a photo of him. I said, “sure”. I set up my tripod and got the shot below. I showed him the photo on my NEX-7’s LCD screen. He liked it and wanted me to show it to his sister too. As he was leaving he said, “I’m Jonathon. You won’t forget my name will you?” I told him that I wouldn’t and, just to make sure, here’s his photo along with the story about how I came to take his picture.