Massey Draw and Fence3

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Comments (7)

Eduardo Manchon on February 20, 2009

beautiful shot

ryandenver on February 20, 2009

Thanks, Eduardo. This is where I live!!!!

Tom

André Bonacin on December 31, 2009

Beautiful landscape! Have a nice 2010, Ryan! Greetings from São Paulo/Brasil, André.

ryandenver on December 31, 2009

Thanks, Andre! My best wishes for the New Year to you as well.

Tom

Roger Sylvia on December 21, 2011

Hi Tom !! Nice Snowy Country pic , just missing Santa sledge and the reindeer !! WE wish you Merry Xmas and Happy New Year !!Next trip we will go a little bet farther in Colorado !! Promise !!*S&R

Piligrim51 on September 8, 2013

Enchantingly! Wonderful shot! Greetings from Chicago.

ryandenver on September 9, 2013

Thanks, Piligrim51. What you are seeing is the beginning of the Rocky Mountains right on the edge of the Denver metro area. Chicago is a great city. My father, back in the 1920's, worked for a New York-based construction company named Thompson-Starrett which rebuilt the Palmer House down on State Street. What was unique about this engineering feet is that back then the hotel also had permanent residents. So they moved all the residents to one side of the old hotel, tore down the empty have, built a new tower, moved everyone into the newly completed tower, tore down the rest of the old hotel, and then built the second tower while never closing the hotel during construction!!! That is why the Palmer House uniquely has two separate towers.If you go to my photo tags, and look for Palmer House or Chicago, you can see some pictures I took to demonstrate its unique design when I was visiting Chicago! Greetings from Denver, Colorado!!! Ryandenver

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on February 23, 2007
  • © All Rights Reserved
    by ryandenver
    • Camera: NIKON COOLPIX P4
    • Taken on 2006/12/29 23:36:52
    • Exposure: 0.002s
    • Focal Length: 12.90mm
    • F/Stop: f/6.900
    • ISO Speed: ISO50
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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