Old mines, snowy roads, rocky lakeshores, ghostly trees... and a little math.
The beautiful doorway to the Central Mine's powderhouse, in winter. This doorway saw hundreds of tons of black powder and (later) dynamite going to and from the mine.
Nice photo, I like the "castle like" architecture, and the smooth snow which makes it look so deserted.
What a great contrast between the brick doorway and the stone main structure. I love portal shots. This is really an intriguing one.
It's a great shot! Without an explanation, it would be very mysterious.
Thanks all! This is a wonderful spot that I love to return to. It's a sign of how wealthy the mines were, that they could put such beautiful details on a building whose whole purpose was to store explosives.
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