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Felicidades, buena imagen

Poor man, hard working for no return. Nice statue. LIKE. Greetings, Manup.

Marvelous! Like from Hungary

Yes - it does seem likely that the stones used for the dam came from the mine. I've been told that it was probably an arsenic mine, although it's so small it may never have paid. (Arsenic was used in pesticides before organic petrochemical pesticides were invented.)

this picture is two year´s old

eine sehr schöne Sammlung gut gewählter Motive. Die Fotos sind auch technisch sehr gut. Man sieht Deine Erfahrung und Deine Liebe zur Fotografie. Liebe Grüße Uli

The Ogre, 5.11+, Mt. Woodson

Thank you !!!!!!!!!


This is most of the herd that uses the ranch as home territory. (About 800 acres.)

This photo was taken by John Ortman, owner of the Walther Ranch. (After being in the family for generations, John and Liza are selling the Walther.)

This little cabin is a fantastic place to experience the beauty of the Rockies and see the wildlife up close. The elk show was very reliable, but we also saw a black bear one morning, and there were ducks and geese on the pond.

good place to find antlers too!


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