Historic Crystal Mill

© Jan Forseth

Historic Crystal Mill

Uploaded: July 07, 2002


This mill was built in 1893 and is still lovingly preserved by the people of Crystal City, Colorado. This is a stitch of 4 infrared photos.


Carolyn M. Fletcher level-deluxe July 07, 2002

Really nice shot..What kind of camera did you use? I have a shot of this mill I bought years ago in a little store..It's not any better than yours. #6502

Jan Forseth July 07, 2002

Thanks, Carolyn. I use a Sony DSC-F707. #9542

Damian P. Gadal July 07, 2002

This shot captures the essence of these little towns that I remember so well from my last trip to Colorado. Well done! #9545

Carolyn M. Fletcher level-deluxe July 07, 2002

One more thing...Where is Crystal City?I can't find it on my map.. #9547

Jan Forseth July 07, 2002

Hi, Carolyn, it's also known as Crystal and is up above Marble. It's basically a ghost town most of the year, although there are a few inhabitants during the summer. A lovely getaway spot far from the crowds that are at the more easily accessible Colorado tourist spots. #9548

Guy D. Biechele level-classic August 07, 2002

Beautiful infrared image! +Guy #10801

Carolyn M. Fletcher level-deluxe August 07, 2002

Congrats, girl..Great shot. #10836

Mette Vendelboe Allison level-classic May 26, 2019

Infrared photos can really look amazing, and yours really is good. Wonderful landscape. #52684

Susana Matos March 21, 2004

Gorgeous, superbe!!!!
Cheers from Portugal, Su #437985

Sandra Freyler October 03, 2005

Congratulations! Awesome image! Outstanding! #1914164

Cassie L. Woodlee May 06, 2006

Beautiful picture. #2733200

Keith L. Clayton June 06, 2006

Very nice shot, Jan!! #2861345

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