Categories Uncategorized Going back to Bisbee, again Post author By jsn Post date Saturday, August 6, 2011 4 Comments on Going back to Bisbee, again The view from Brewery Ave., looking west. Bisbee is always a photogenic place. I visited most recently on July 29. Richard Shelton did not give me permission to use the title of his book, which I should probably read someday. The view from Brewery Ave., looking west. A very weird building. But there’s lots of weird stuff in Bisbee. Interesting graffiti/mural. The Copper Queen Hotel. There was some kind of paranormal convention going on the weekend of this photo. Vintage post office. The library is on the top floors, but it was closed by the time we thought about visiting. This Catholic church is on the National Register of Historic Places, but it was locked. These are serious clouds. A nasty monsoon storm started brewing to the east as we were heading out. This view is from Old Divide Rd., facing east. The final sunset. Storm clouds just barely in frame in the upper left. View from westbound SR 90. ← Job status update → The 500 kWh challenge: my attic sucked! 4 replies on “Going back to Bisbee, again” AMAZING SHOTS!!!!!! 😀 Thanks! I need to get back into photography more, and start taking my skills and art to the next level. The next time your in Bisbee can you do me a huge favor? Go to this address and take a picture of this guys house. 212 Van Dyke St, Bisbee, AZ 85603 His name is Doug Stanhope and i find him funny as hell. I know he is crazy and i would like to know what this guy lives in. Thanks Jay. Hmm. That’s in the non-tourist part of Bisbee, so taking photos there will probably draw unwanted attention. Especially if this guy’s a celebrity. But I don’t have to do it anyway. You can see the address by zooming down to street view with Google Maps, and he has photos of his place on his website: Google Maps street view http://www.dougstanhope.com/gallery/house-painting/ Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.