Yankee Girl Mine From the "Other" Side

© Jan Forseth

Yankee Girl Mine From the "Other" Side

Uploaded: July 26, 2004 14:19:57


This mine near Ouray, Colorado, is one that I have photographed many times from the "front" side. But I have always wanted to get over to the back side. It was not disappointing. Taken with the Sigma 15-30 lens using a polarizer at f/22 and 1/15 sec.


Cathy Barrows July 26, 2004

beautiful...love every thing about this one #151689

Marie Fields July 26, 2004

Wonderful image, Jan! #670915

Sharon Day July 26, 2004

This is really nice!! #670992

Darren K. Fisher July 26, 2004

Awesome job. Love the rich color of the mine. Along with your lighting here. Wonderful job Jan. #671071

Dale Gast August 13, 2004

Congratulations, Jan!!! #706928

Jill Battaglia August 14, 2004

Love it! Congrats Jan! #707491

Darren K. Fisher August 14, 2004

Way to go Jan!!! #707716

Kelly Abernathy level-classic August 14, 2004

Congratulations! -K #708702

Murry Grigsby August 14, 2004

Congrats Jan! #709356

Donna J. Taff August 14, 2004

Congratulation's, Jan!!!!!! #709600

Cathy Barrows August 14, 2004

Congrats!...knew this was a winner...glad they agreed #709717

Jim Kinnunen level-classic August 14, 2004

I love this image!! Congrats and good luck Jan! #709822

Lem Metro August 14, 2004

Wonderful colors, Jan. I was right there in August 2002, during the big drought. Where is that shot I took? I can find a few of Red Mountain, which I believe is nearby Ouray. Congratulations & good luck!
Lem #710283

Robin L. Wehrman August 15, 2004

Outstanding and very beautiful, Like the rich colors Perfect and congratulations on your finalist Jan Sorry I missed this one! Robin #712832

Susana Matos August 15, 2004

Congratulations! Very beautiful!
Cheers from Portugal, Su #712975

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