Wednesday

Ghost Town at 12,000 Feet


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7 reviews:

WakeGrace said...

*dances*

this still looks like ouray to me~ looks like the ghost town on the east side :D

Vista said...

I love the thought of exploring an old place like this... finding some bit of pottery and shard of that from hundreds of years ago and wondering about who might have used it... A lot of fun...
Jeff
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Marlaine said...

That is a great photo! I've visited some ghost towns here in British Columbia Canada too. It's always fun!

Rosebud Collection said...

What a great photo..and what a gift you have to capture the beauty..Darn, your good..

Malaysia Fabric Heritage said...

Gee, sure is spooky. I cannot imagine how it feels like in the dark.

Waterrose said...

It is a beautiful place and up on the continental divide so it is very high up. That the reason it is a ghost town, too cold and snowy most of the year. Yea, I wouldn't want to be there at night either.

Michelle Gartner said...

Followed the links from entrecarde- never been to Ouray even though I lived in Colorado for 22 years. I remember well there was a girl in school that every summer went to Camp Chief Ouray and I was jealous cause I never went to camp... sob sob.

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