Buckey O’Neill Cabin

John  Kapusta

Cape Coral, United States

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South Rim Grand Canyon Arizona, USA – Built in the 1890s by William Owen O’Neill, the cabin is the longest continually standing building on the south rim of the Grand Canyon. Nicknamed ‘Buckey’ because he ‘bucked the odds’ in a card game, O’Neill moved to Arizona in 1879 and worked as an author, journalist, miner, politician and judge.
Nikon D40 1/100 sec. f/5 18mm 18-105mm Nikkor DX lens

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