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Another icon of the southwest, this one rests in the mountains around Silverton. Sold as notecards or prints.
The ever popular D&SNG steam trains transport tourists from Durango to Silverton and back creating memorable excursions through the mountains and valleys' throughout summer and fall. Shorter trips are offered even in the winter months.
The image of this raven has sold more than any other image in my collection! Who would've guessed that would be the story when this raven landed and posed for a photograph while I was eating lunch at the Hearst Castle. I enticed it with a piece of tomato from my sandwich.
This image is on display (as of December 2020) at 610 Arts Collective gallery at 610 Clinton St., Ridgway, CO 970-318-0150
The reflection of the sunset on the Gunnison River and the colorful orange skies were by far an amazing display of Mother Nature!
This image was featured in Cowboys & Indians magazine in 2018 as part of their annual photo contest. The Black Canyon of the Gunnison is one of the deepest and darkest canyons in the United States.
Another popular selling print depicting a rural setting with a long dirt road and telephone poles seeming to lead straight up to Mt. Sneffels. This image was featured in Cowboys & Indians magazine as winner of their annual photo contest in their landscape category back in 2017.
This image is on display (As of December 2020) at 610 Arts Collective gallery at 610 Clinton St., Ridgway, CO 970-318-0150
Early snow on the evergreens contrast with golden flame colored aspens.
Truly, this was the last day of summer! We awoke to 10" of snow on the ground, the previous day being devoid of any snow and full of fall color. These buildings were used as company housing for miners as late as the 1970's. History abounds here in the San Juan Mountains!
This image is on display (December 2020) at 610 Arts Collective gallery at 610 Clinton St., Ridgway, CO 970-318-0150