What an impressive scenery! I love it
Thank you for your enjoyment of this scene, Rafal! I so much enjoyed my solo explore of this area. It is varied and fantastic, majestic and moody, civilized yet wilderness.
Ian: I used to live up Wedgewood Road and love this photo of Rollins Valley. I think I can see Mt. Thorodin in the distance, which is where Wedgewood road goes up. There is an incredible view of the divide from Wedgewood. I'd love to see it on Google Earth.... :)
Beautiful photography! Thanks, Stephanie
I am delighted to share your remarkable world with you through my photos. I loved every minute I spent there, and I am sure that any one like you who has lived there will always appreciate its granduer, color, natural artistry and changing moods.
Mt Thorodin is not quite in this photo, for it would be a few kilomtres to the left of my image. However, one of the images that is closer to the view from Wedgewood Road that is on Google Earth and impresses me is this one which was taken by J Toddster.
I hope you have had the opportunity to view the other images of the Rollinsville area in my gallery. Click on "South Boulder Park" tag, if you haven't already.
Ian (in Sydney, AUS)
Thanks, Ian! I looked through South Boulder Park's tag and love the photos. It brings me back to that time in my life up when I was up in the mountains. I also enjoyed JToddster's photo very much. Enjoying the view, Stephanie
This picture shows Tolland Valley and the (ghost) town of Tolland which was active in the days of the Moffat Railroad (until the Moffat Tunnel was completed at the head of the valley in 1927). The picture was taken from the old railroad grade on the "Giant's Ladder" on the way to Rollins Pass across the Continental Divide.
Fantastic shot! Like 1
Greetings from Hungary
Thanks for the local knowledge which you have added, dtoll.
I apologise that I haven't seen your info until now, but am grateful for it. Any information that you are able to add to my Moffat Tunnel photograph, especially as it relates to its current operation, and the queues of trains held here at Tolland would be appreciated.
Greetings from Australia,
Thank you Laci.
It is a most interesting landscape, and with all of its relief, one can access the high Continental Divide, the glacial patches, the variety of forests as well as the valleys and it is all woven together with an interesting history, especially railroad history and the various ways of crossing the continent.
Greetings from OZ.
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Photo taken in Gilpin County, CO, USA
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