Posted by Steve Rice (Olympia, United States) on 19 July 2011 in Business & Industry.
The track is on the right, the crusher to the left and the stamps further to the left. In fact, the top of the stamps are the two rods at the end of the upper structure.
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I like this deserted spot. A nice shot, with interesting industrial ruins
19 Jul 2011 5:16am
Tu as trouvé un trésor ! Je te souhaite une agréable jounée
19 Jul 2011 5:40am
19 Jul 2011 5:46am
Fascinating. Great shot with great elements and colors!
19 Jul 2011 6:01am
I like the contrast between man and nature made. Even after man has gone, the natural continues ^^
19 Jul 2011 6:33am
Lovely used to visit old mining camps and sites such as these when I lived up in White Pine County, Nevada.
19 Jul 2011 6:52am
Beautiful angle and colors Steve!I like
19 Jul 2011 7:21am
surprised to see that all this material is still there ! thanks for the explanation
19 Jul 2011 8:21am
I really like the textures and lines here.
19 Jul 2011 9:11am
Magnificent angle on this fascinating machine - and I love your framing with the mountain of rock in the background.
19 Jul 2011 10:09am
19 Jul 2011 10:14am
It almost feels surprising that they don't, or someone doesn't, keep this place going,
forever in the search for gold. Its really a romantic and beautiful link to the past.
19 Jul 2011 10:23am
A superb photo ! Very interesting and beautiful composition .
19 Jul 2011 10:41am
Another beautiful image of 19th. century technology.
19 Jul 2011 11:34am
Beautiful textures and colours in this shot Steve! ;-)
19 Jul 2011 12:09pm
What a scene - love seeing this old metal and wood against the rugged landscape!
19 Jul 2011 1:54pm
Nice contrast between the desert setting and this machinery. I like the massive look of the crusher. An effective picture.
19 Jul 2011 2:57pm
Man, what an operation! Thanks again for these great images, Steve...you are showing me how much I have really missed at that Park...more impetus to return ;-) Thanks again!
19 Jul 2011 3:13pm
Last remnants of a golden age, splendid series. Good day.
19 Jul 2011 3:34pm
Excellent shot! Nice framing, colours and light...
19 Jul 2011 4:15pm
I like colors and textures of this old place
19 Jul 2011 6:12pm
19 Jul 2011 6:18pm
Wonderful wood and aluminum/tin textures along with the deserted earthy feel. Great shot.
19 Jul 2011 6:43pm
The vertical lines really stand out nicely in this natural landscape. I love the warm vermilion color of the wood.
19 Jul 2011 7:32pm
19 Jul 2011 9:49pm
Amazing !this photo tells a whole story
19 Jul 2011 10:11pm
I like the clarity of all your photos. Well detailed. Excellent Steve. Two thumbs up. What software are you using? =)
19 Jul 2011 11:25pm
@Dokmateo: Photoshop and the various On-One and Nik plug-ins. Once in a while, I use the Topaz plug-ins, also.
Nice architectural artifact Steve, I agree with Dokmateo's comment about your clarity and detail. Your photos and processing together are always a fine combination.
20 Jul 2011 12:57am
Still in really good shape ! :)
20 Jul 2011 4:24am
Great composition. Love the detail that comes through.
20 Jul 2011 4:29am
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