JEFF COLBURN IS INTERVIEWED ABOUT HIS NEW EBOOK ON JEROME, ARIZONA
Last month, Jeff Wood, a reporter for the Cottonwood Journal Extra, interviewed Jeff about his new photography ebook, The Vanishing Old West - Jerome (http://www.CreativeCauldron.com). This interview is in the July 11th issue of the newspaper.
"The Vanishing Old West - Jerome" focuses on Jerome, Arizona, a mining town, turned ghost town, turned artist community. This town, that's just 0.7 square mile in size, once had 15,000 inhabitants. When the mine closed, this number dropped to about 50 and has rebounded to about 450 people today.
"My book shows people that parts of the Old West still exist," Jeff said. "I want people to know that history is still alive, still around them. Making them aware of this can lead to a better understanding of our past, and preservation of those amazing pieces of history that still exist. My photographs preserve this history for future generations."
Look closely at the photographs in this book, and you will be taken back in time. You will see houses, cars and machinery that are vanishing, or already gone. Gone forever from our world, and never to return. They are victims of time, neglect and Nature's eternal and Herculean efforts to turn everything to dust.
The timing of "The Vanishing Old West - Jerome" coincides with the Arizona Centennial. It helps celebrate the rich history of Arizona with the rest of the United States and the world.
Jeff is an 18-year resident of northern Arizona, and has been a photographer and writer for over 35 years. Jeff is available to answer any questions you may have about photography.
To view some of Jeff's photographs, visit his Fine Art site, http://www.JeffColburn.com, his Stock Photography site, http://www.StockPhotosArizona.com or his blog, http://www.TheCreativesCorner.com.
Take a look at his latest ebook "The Vanishing Old West - Jerome," along with all of his ebooks, at http://www.CreativeCauldron.com
You can also see his Fine Art prints in the New State Motor Building Gallery, 110 Main St., Jerome, across the street from Grapes Restaurant and down the stairs.