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A frozen Loch Stroan, Galloway.
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But is this a reclaimed landfill? Reminds me of a similar site in Colorado Springs. It was to be a gold course when filled and capped. Such grass isn't indigenous to Colorado.
🤷‍♂️ I don’t think so? This grass seemed to be the standard throughout Jefferson county parks, but I’m no expert. I only know of one landfill turned park, up in the northwestern Denver area, and it was more of a reclaimed nuclear waste site so much as a landfill...
 

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Oh wow! I have long lost relatives near Conifer CO but haven’t been able to visit them yet since we got in touch. One more reason now (post Covid I guess, if that ever happens).
Reminds me of Garden of the Gods state park in Colorado Springs. Here’s an old stitch from my old 4MP Kodak bridge, looking at the state park from a ridge, with Pike’s Peak photobombing in the background. As a slight correction, the west half of the state is beautiful, the east half is mostly arid plains. The west half soooo makes up for that though.
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Reminds me of Garden of the Gods state park in Colorado Springs. Here’s an old stitch from my old 4MP Kodak bridge, looking at the state park from a ridge, with Pike’s Peak photobombing in the background. As a slight correction, the west half of the state is beautiful, the east half is mostly arid plains. The west half soooo makes up for that though.
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Nice panorama.

The landfill site I referenced above is part of this geological formation and within 3 miles of the Garden of the Gods. My soul weeped each time a saw the desecration.
 

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Desolation was a mine near Leadville where mining had gone on and the land was denuded of vegetation, the water was toxic and it was not only hazardous but ugly. I do not know what happened to it but I believe it was a Molybdenum mine.
 

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Shepaug River in Roxbury, CT.
 

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Morning view looking north.
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Stormy sky above Ullswater, Lake District.
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Sand Creek...an oasis of beauty in arid country
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Galloway countryside.
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Looking West to the Coast - Mt Cooke - Monadnocks National Park
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View to the west towards the Indian Ocean from the peak of Mt Cooke in the Monadnocks National Park, Western Australia.

We were walking the Bibbulmun Track in this section as part of Ibu Anne’s training to complete the Oxfam Trailwalker 50km. Anne ticked off the Trailwalker in early October 2018, having completed the 50 km walk.
 

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