Red Quarry Shacks

© Judy M. Sayers

Red Quarry Shacks

Uploaded: February 08, 2003


I took a drive this morning, it's so nice and sunny. These caught my eye up by the granite quarries.


William C. Raco level-classic March 10, 2003

This is a fascinating photo, Judy.
In my work, I travel to many quarries in central Pa.
Ours are limestone and sandstone.
To see the large blocks of granite is very interesting.
I like the red structures and how they contrast to stone ledges.

bill #25864

Judy M. Sayers May 26, 2019

Thanks Bill. Some people don't like the quarries, but they make fascinating photo opportunities. Judy #65880

Conrad L. Conero May 26, 2019

Excellent, Judy.
Conrad #78404

Judy M. Sayers May 26, 2019

Thanks Conrad!!!! Judy #78422

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