2012 Old Tucson Photographs-Part 1

Sometime in March 2012, I went to Old Tucson, sometimes better known as Old Tucson Studios. It is a film set that is open to the public. The first time I went was in 2011, went back in 2012, and still have yet to go back. I hope to go back sometime this year, but I’ve said that for six years and it never happened. Still, I hope that I can go back sometime soon!

I know these photographs are 6 years old this month, but after becoming too busy to post the photographs and loosing the CD the photos are saved to for years, I decided to edit the photos and post them now. I posted some back in 2012, but after loosing the CD I couldn’t edit and post any more. I always felt bad about not posting the photos at all. So now I’m finishing my incomplete post series.

This isn’t going to be the only post about the photographs I took there. I’m not sure how many there will end up being, but I plan on posting them throughout the spring as a filler post. Between my busy day job, working on new sewing projects to post about, and experiencing a case of artist block for drawing, there really isn’t much to talk about except for photographs I took six years ago. Still, I hope you enjoy seeing them! Continue reading “2012 Old Tucson Photographs-Part 1”

Old Tucson Studios Photos 2012

In March of 2012, I went to Old Tucson Studios in Tucson, Arizona. Old Tucson Studios is an attraction outside Tucson, Arizona where movies and TV shows were filmed. Most of the movies and TV shows were westerns and there are some of the original sets still there. You an walk in and look around the buildings and sets without anyone stopping you. They also offer tours that talk about the sets and buildings, gunfight shows, museums, rides, and other stuff. It’s really fun to go to if you’re a western fan or just want to see something unusual.

I went there in 2011 and had a great time, but this year they added some new buildings, called Heritage Square, in front of the City Hall building. I’m not completely sure why they were added (Probably because 2012 is Arizona’s Centennial?), but I ended up taking photos of the new buildings the most because I had photos of the other buildings already. ^_^ Continue reading “Old Tucson Studios Photos 2012”