This mockup of a jail cell is another shot from the Buckhorn Museum and Saloon (you can check out my original posts from last Thursday and Friday). I took some shots of the two cells from the vantage point of the desk but wasn't totally happy with the outcome. At that point I realized that I could actually go in the cell on the right (the cell on the left had a "dummy" under a sheet with an audio recording of snoring playing). I closed the door and balanced the legs of the tripod on the metal slabs of the bunk and took the brackets that ended up comprising this shot. My favorite aspects of this shot are the "Wanted" and "Reward" flyers posted on the wall as well as the gun rack on the right wall.
I cropped the top portion of the shot because some of the HVAC tubing was visible and I didn't want that to distract from the shot. I hope you enjoy today's "Old-Fashioned Friday" installment!
Old-Fashioned Friday - Buckhorn Prison
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