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Stairway to History

Uploaded by: visionaire

Monday July 29, 2013

Walsenburg, CO (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: The remnants of the YMCA at Cameron Mining Camp are fascinating. A coal mining camp established in the late 1800's and abandoned in 1945 sits on private property. I was given permission to trespass after assessing that I didn't have any spray paint cans or junk to dump. I was warned that there were rattlesnakes though. That didn't stop me. I thought it was a good subject for the monochrome challenge.

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visionaire

It can't get much better than being outdoors and WU proves it with each photo expressing the individual vision of the experience. I apologize for not commenting more. I appreciate those who do. Right now, I am more inclined to not spend so much time on the computer and more time with my camera! Thank you to all who view my photos and to the Approvers for recognizing some of them. You all are too kind.

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