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Cripple Creek And The Continental Divide
Photo By James Hamilton

  • Title: Cripple Creek And The Continental Divide
  • State/Province/Region: Colorado
  • Country: United States
  • Nearest Town: Cripple Creek
  • Brief Directions: Take US 24 West from Colorado Springs and turn south on SR 67 at Divide, CO.
  • Notes: F8, 1/640 sec, ISO 64, Focal Length 94.
  • Best Season: Winter
  • Description: Now better known for its casinos, Cripple Creek was at one time known as "The World's Greatest Gold Camp" and the money that came out of the mines surrounding this town helped build the city of Colorado Springs. As one approaches Cripple Creek from the north an overlook on a hill above the town allows a panoramic view of the buildings and the Continental Divide in the distance.
  • Gear: Sony DSC-F828 Camera, Carl Zeiss Vario-SonarT* 7.1 Zoom Lens, Circular Polarizing Filter
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