The Daily Frame

October 25, 2020
updated daily – by noon (usually)

“3000 Miles to Graceland Movie Set“
Photograph by Diana Perez
2020
From “Life in the Time of Covid-19“

“Las Vegas is a gold mine of places to snap some amazing photographs. In this blog though I want to feature a place built around an actual, real, gold mine though. The location is directly adjacent to a small town near Lake Mojave, Nelson, Nevada. Once you drive past Nelson you will come across a location that looks as if you’ve just stepped back in time. A private property owned by Tony and Bobbie Werly is a historical landmark nestled within the Eldorado Canyon area. Here you will see old buildings, amazing rusted-out and antique cars, amazing old road and gas station signs, and even old mining equipment used back when the local Techatticup gold mine was in full swing. Truly, this place is a photographer’s dream location to get some amazing photos and many famous music videos, and movies have been filmed here including 3000 Miles To Graceland.”

From “Nelson Nevada Ghost Town at Eldorado Canyon, Vegas Photography Blog story by Adam Steinberg.

Daily Frame Contributor Diana Perez serves as the ELL (English Language Learners) Program Assistant for the CCSD’s Department of Adult Education. She is concurrently working towards her Bachelor’s degree in Journalism at UNLV.

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More: In addition to providing a daily view capturing the people, pets, interiors, urban landscapes and entertainment, social and news events of Las Vegas and the Valley, we also see The Daily Frame as a postcard to the future for scholars and visitors in the years ahead. With the launch of “Life in the Time of Covid-19“ series we document these uncertain times as people, businesses, institutions and government navigate uncharted waters.

We welcome your photographic views and thoughts and encourage you as always to contribute to this project.

In these strangest of days of that include the tragic murder of George Floyd and too many others, and reactions across the country and from the White House, we wish all good health and well-being, to those at home, or performing essential work for which we are tremendously grateful.

Take care. Be safe. Be present. And don’t forget to wear a mask! We can all help save lives!

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The Daily Frame Archive – 2020

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