Rhyolite in Black and White

December 18, 2011 at 8:08 am (Black and White Photography, Landscape Photography, Leah McDaniel Photography, Photography) (, , , , , , )

As promised, the third of three posts on Rhyolite.

I don’t intend to load you up with the history of the place this time, but instead to just provide you with a load of interesting black and white images.

If you are interested in Rhyolite’s details, or simply want to take in the multitude of color images, check out my previous two posts:  “Rhyolite – A Photographer’s Delight” and “Last Light at Rhyolite”.

In no particular order…

This was once the envy of the town, a fine house on Nob Hill.

One of the plentiful early 20th-century "can dumps" around Rhyolite.

Probably really difficult to make at in this small of resolution but the details are: Ladd Mountain of the Bullfrog Hill Range Center and right, Rainbow Mountain and Black Peak to the left with the Las Vegas and Tonopah Railroad Depot in the foreground of Rainbow Mountain.

Interior of the Union Pacific Railroad Car in Rhyolite

Caboose windows.

Miner's wood frame cabin.

View through the cabin. Notice the mattress springs on the floor.

Jailhouse Windows. I wonder how they bent those iron bars?

Hubby in a Cat-house

View of the Schoolhouse from Ladd Mountain

Mattress springs with Cook building in the background

Road out of Rhyolite toward the Amargosa Desert

Cook Bank Building Ruins with Gorrill Building Outer Wall to the (frame) right side.

Reflections of Rhyolite in Black and White

Sorry for the bad rhyme in that last picture caption; couldn’t help myself.

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