Like many photographers, I appreciate architectural or craftsman designs and elements in older buildings, especially in small towns. The door in this photo was in such a building in Miami, Arizona, the closest thing to a living ghost town as we have run across in our travels. I still wonder about the purpose of a single twisted rot iron rod centered just behind the pane. With such a small window, certainly it wasn't meant for security, or was it?
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Jack Huber has taken tens of thousands of photographs around the country and in his foreign travels.