OK Corral

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Comments (17)

tombstonecowboy on October 31, 2007

Famous OK Corral, the gunfight actually took place in adjacent vacant lot facing Fremont Street next to Fly,s Photo Studio

tombstonecowboy on January 2, 2010

Steve, thanks for all those nice comments. Yes indeed, Tombstone is an intresting place. There are so many buildings 1880,s left, Crystal Palace is one, Did you know that in 1880,s there were about 15,000 people living in Tombstione and the town had 121 liquor licenses, bars were open 24/7 and there was a body ready for boot hill practically every morning.. I have visitied this place now numerous times and discover new things every time. About 600,000 tourists from all over the world visit this town of 1,500 people every year. Amazing.! Best wishes/Harri

Kypreos(Archie M.) on January 5, 2010

Harri this is amazing the famous OK Corall, so the town still exists!

I really like your photos of the historic Wild West.

Greetings Archie

tombstonecowboy on January 5, 2010

Archie, OK Corral still exists, and so does so many original Tombstone buildings..full of Wild West history. Best wishes/Harri

Guia Arquitectura on January 10, 2010

Thanks for information.

tombstonecowboy on April 8, 2010

OK Corral seen from Allen Street in Tombstone..my most viewed picture (3270) Thank you everybody/Harri

tombstonecowboy on June 3, 2010

This is my most visited scene..wolrd famous OK Corral in Tombstone, the site of the famous gunfight on October 26th, 1881. Thank you all Pano members, all the best to you all/Harri

ceestheboss on June 5, 2010

Made you one of my favourites. Grz. cees - The Netherlands.

Víctor Murillo C. on July 7, 2010

My imagination gives me the smell of the gunpowder. saludos +


tombstonecowboy on July 7, 2010

Victor, welcome to Wild,wild west..;)Tombstone is a legend among wild west towns, mostly because of the Earps and the gunfight at OK Corral..cheers/Harri

tombstonecowboy on July 20, 2010

ceestheboss, thank you for your visit to Tombstone, a beautiful little Wild West town in S. Arizona...Cheers/Harri

Teresa Jankowska on September 29, 2010

I'm glad to see it


greetings from Poland

tombstonecowboy on October 5, 2010

Teresa, thank you for the like and your visit, all the best to you. Harri

Carmen T. on February 10, 2012

Nice picture and thanks for your information, like

Best regards, Carmen

© PiGi'Franco on January 7, 2013

Hey, cowboy! Where are Wyatt and Doc Holliday? Like

Greetings from Italy. PiGì

tombstonecowboy on January 7, 2013

Wyatt and Doc still leave there footprints in the dusty streets of Tombstone. Thank you for visiting..Cheers, Harri

Jürgen Weighardt on July 26, 2014

Beautiful photo and nicely preserved old heritage. ~+~+~+~ LIKE! / GEFÄLLT MIR! ~+~+~+~+~ Jürgen grüßt Dich aus Frankfurt am Main / Jürgen says hello from Frankfurt-upon-Main (Germany)

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on September 5, 2007
  • © All Rights Reserved
    by tombstonecowboy
    • Camera: Polaroid i532
    • Taken on 2007/04/26 17:31:35
    • Exposure: 0.002s (1/500)
    • Focal Length: 5.95mm
    • F/Stop: f/5.800
    • ISO Speed: ISO50
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash