Miner's Legacy #1 by Ken McElroy

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Abandoned miner’s cabin in the “New World Mining District” in Montana’s Beartooth mountains only miles from the northeast corner of Yellowstone park on Lulu pass road. Fortunately, the federal government bought out mining rights several years back so no more depredation of this extroardinary landscape is likely. It is a valuable buffer to our treasured 1st national park. Cooke City, Montana, USA.


1225 Views & 7 Features on 4/14/14


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  4. Artist’s Universe
  5. Preserving History
  6. Out in the Country
  7. Old Things are Vintage

Canon EOS-1D Mark II, Canon 17-40 L@ 23mm, 1/60, f/16, ISO 100
Processed on Adobe Lightroom 2.2.

3rd Generation Montanan, raised with a camera in hand, matriculated at U of M (GRIZ) with degrees in History and Creative Writing. Amassing Canon gear to enjoy in my retirement. I spend whatever time I can in Yellowstone and various other Montana wild venues.

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Comments

  • Phil Woodman
    Phil Woodmanabout 5 years ago

    Ken, the scenery is quite different to that in Australia.

  • Yes – it appears to be – I have really enjoyed getting a better concept of Australia through redbubble – truly hope to get there on a photo expedition some day once I manage to retire from my day job.

    – Ken McElroy

  • Terence Russell
    Terence Russellabout 5 years ago

    We passed right by without checking out this site. Thanks for fabulously showing us what we missed. Beautiful image!

  • GiselaSchneider
    GiselaSchneiderabout 5 years ago

  • Sheila Laurens
    Sheila Laurensabout 5 years ago

    Congratulations

    Sheila

  • Thank you so much – very gratifying to be featured in your group. Best wishes,
    Ken

    – Ken McElroy

  • judygal
    judygalabout 5 years ago

    Congratulations on a well deserved feature.

  • Thank you so much – I was thrilled to stumble on your group as I enjoy capturing Montana’s historical sites.

    – Ken McElroy

  • Vicki Pelham
    Vicki Pelhamabout 5 years ago

    Very nicely captured!!!!Congratulations of a well deserved feature!!!!!

  • SueAnne
    SueAnnealmost 5 years ago

    Beautiful

  • TWindDancer
    TWindDanceralmost 5 years ago

    Love the way the wood textures are so raw!

  • Kathy Yates
    Kathy Yatesalmost 5 years ago

    awesome shot!!! wtg on the features!

  • icesrun
    icesrunabout 4 years ago

    Wonderful capture!

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