A little the before the holidays, I had a severe case of cabin fever and needed a little trip to clear the air. Together with a couple of friends, we headed to Bisbee (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bisbee,_Arizona) a funky old mining town near the Mexican border. I had a great day --explored, chatted with people, ate good food, and laughed --just what the doctor ordered. :frog: I used the Sigma 30 or the SEL50 for most of the day. Wr got the update on the clean-up of the mine from this gentleman. Taken with SEL50 His buddy drew of sketch me while we were swapping stories. Also taken with the SEL50 After lunch we poked around greater Bisbee and popped in to a museum that had just recently re-opened. The hostess insisted we go upstairs to look at the waffle irons. I didn't think it was all that ...but thought that these ladies boots were more interesting. This cherry styleside Ford F-100 really caught my eye. This is another shot taken with the SEL50 Thanks to a friend who met us, I had the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see some amazing/historical road race bicycles. I don't have any good pictures from this :grey:. I do hope to return and be able to shoot a couple of the bikes under more favorable conditions. During the golden hour we explored the Lowell district. Again, the vintage cars really spoke to me. All taken with the Sigma30 near WO. Fill 'er up. Lowell Life Last Load Thanks for stopping by!