This picture was taken at my first photo workshop in Colorado. Our home base was Ouray, CO, but we made it to several different ranges (all of which were spectacular since I live in Florida). This particular photo was taken near Corkscrew Gulch, which is near the town of Ridgeway.
The orange-ish colors are tailings from old, defunct mining operations and mainly consist of iron with a little bit of copper. Besides the wonderful feeling of the gorgeous scenery, I especially remember how cold it was. The elevation was roughly 12,000 at that locationUpload YOUR Picture • WIN $200 Cash
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