Beautiful weathered wood on this old historical cabin at the ghost town of Greenhorn, Oregon.
Greenhorn was once a booming gold mining town established in the late 1800s, deep in the heart of the Blue Mountains of eastern Oregon.
Situated at 6,300 feet in elevation, Greenhorn has the distinction of being the highest incorporated city in Oregon. It is also unique in the fact that the city was established on land that was originally patented from the United States for the purpose of platting the city (rather than being homesteaded by individuals).
Blue Mountain Blessings Photography
Betty E Duncan
Kodak Z981 Zoom Digital