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Ajo Copper News circa 1940
Arizona

Ajo Arizona, once home to the largest open pit copper mine in the world is now a small town with few residents. A small museum displays pieces of the past. Here you can see the were the old Copper Daily News was created (circa 1940). This pano was shot with Nikon D700 with 10.5mm Nikkor lens on a Nodal Ninja 5 Pano Head.

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