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Charlie Taylor Water Wheel

Idaho Springs, Colorado, USA

Tuesday 6/21/2005

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© 2005 John Fellers, All Rights Reserved.

Caption

Idaho Springs in located in Clear Creek County and is part of the Denver-Aurora metro area.

Bridal Veil Falls plunges behind the Charlie Taylor Waterwheel as rafters enjoy the Spring Runoff on Clear Creek. The Water wheel was built in the 1890's by gold miner Charlie Taylor. Charlie was quite a local character and attributed his longevity to the fact that he never bathed or kissed women. The water wheel was moved from its original site (a 19th century gold mining "stamp mill") to its present location in 1948. It was restored in 1988.

The falls and water wheel are located on the south side of I-70.
Clear Creek County Web Site

Location

USA-Canada / USA-Colorado

Lat: 39° 44' 31.2" N
Long: 105° 30' 46.80" W

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Precision is: Unknown / Undeclared.

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Equipment

Nikon D100; Sigma 8mm; Bogan Tripod and 302 head; Photoshop CS; Panorama Tools; PTGUI; Panocube. All images shot in RAW format
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