Sunlight warms an eroded adobe wall at the well-hidden ghost town of Charleston, Arizona.

Easily accessible in the '70s, the desert has reclaimed this once bustling frontier town. Now the mesquites, thick desert grasses, and steep dangerous cliffs not only conceal the site from weekend hikers, but also make it inaccessible to all except the determined traveler who already knows the sites location.

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Camera: NIKON D800
Lens: 24-120 mm f/4
Focal Length: 24mm
Aperture: f18
Shutter Speed: 1/200s
ISO: 500
Date: 2015-05-16
Time: 08:58:46