The sun was just going down at the original, so I captured this star burst of sun with the Original Mine.
It was around 4:15 pm when I took this dramatic photo of the Original Mine. The sun was low and back lit the head frame, causing the long, dark shadows. The white snow is a good contrast to the dark shadows, versus the normally gray grass.
This is the Original Mine the hour before sun rise, also known as magic hour because of the excellent light quality. It’s cropped a bit strange. But I think it looks better than with the old buses in the photo.
There’s beena lot of rain lately, and with that comes a lot of rainbows! In the first photo, the mine at left is the Kelly Mine. The mine at right is the Original Mine, where the main stage of the Folk Festival will be.
This is the side of the hoist house in the Original Mineyard uptown. The building is falling apart quite a bit, as you can see. The roof is also caving in, in some places.
There was quite a bit of fog uptown tonight, including near the Original Mine, which currently is not lit by the red lights.
This is part of the Original Mine yard before the sun went down. The Clouds were great.
I got a new lens today. It has a set focal length, meaning you can’t zoom. You zoom with your foot, by moving forward and backward. I’ve never owned a lens that wasn’t a zoom lens, so this was a bit different. I was determined to only shoot with that one lens, and was happy …
This is a photo of the Bell Diamond Mine shot through the Original Mine frame. I took the photo from far up on Montana Street. I wish I had a longer lens so I could have shot it with a tighter crop.*Note: The image is not a combo of different images, it’s only one image. …