Sunday, October 3, 2010

275, 276/365 - Keweenaw in the Fall

A brightly colored fall maple leaf.
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A maple leaf, hanging deep in the woods near the old Copper Range rail line passing between the Michigan Smelter and Atlantic Mine. The old rail line is now an ATV and snowmobile trail, and it runs through some very rugged and beautiful territory.

The half-sunken Quincy No. 2 dredge with fall colors and reflections.
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The old Quincy #2 Dredge (previously seen from the water) in the fall. This view comes from the opposite direction compared to that previous photo -- this time, looking towards the mainland from the massive Quincy stamp sands, an EPA superfund site now covered with topsoil and grasses.

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