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Nathalie Brandes' Photo Gallery

Cabezon Peak viewed from White Mesa

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Cabezon Peak area, Sandoval Co., New Mexico, USA

Part of the Mount Taylor Volcanic Field, Cabezon Peak is the remnant volcanic neck of a cinder cone that erupted ~2.6 Ma. It rises over 335 metres (1100 feet) above the surrounding desert.

Photo taken 15 March 2019
Camera: Nikon D600
Photo ID: 1031361     Uploaded by: Nathalie Brandes   View Count: 6   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 4512 x 3008 pixels (13.6 Mpix)

Bisti Badlands

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San Juan Basin, San Juan Co., New Mexico, USA

Rocks in the Bisti / De-Na-Zin Wilderness are predominantly sandstone and shales of the Fruitland Formation and the Kirtland Shale. These rocks were deposited where a river system flowed into the Western Interior Seaway during the late Cretaceous. Many fossils have been discovered in these rocks.

Photo taken 15 March 2019
Camera: Nikon D600
Photo ID: 1031360     Uploaded by: Nathalie Brandes   View Count: 3   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 4512 x 3008 pixels (13.6 Mpix)

Bisti Badlands

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San Juan Basin, San Juan Co., New Mexico, USA

Rocks in the Bisti / De-Na-Zin Wilderness are predominantly sandstones and shales of the Fruitland Formation and the Kirtland Shale. These rocks were deposited where a river system flowed into the Western Interior Seaway during the late Cretaceous. Many fossils have been discovered in these rocks.

Photo taken 15 March 2019
Camera: Nikon D600
Photo ID: 1031359     Uploaded by: Nathalie Brandes   View Count: 7   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 4512 x 3008 pixels (13.6 Mpix)

Restored Roundhouse

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Quincy Mine, Hancock, Houghton Co., Michigan, USA

This roundhouse was built for the Quincy and Torch Lake Railroad in 1890. It was expanded in 1894 and 1900. In 2009, archaeologists from Michigan Technological University’s Industrial Archaeology program conducted an archaeological investigation at the engine house site prior to restoration of the structure in 2010.

Photo taken: 25 July 2019
Camera: Nikon D600
Photo ID: 1030134     Uploaded by: Nathalie Brandes   View Count: 7   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 4512 x 3008 pixels (13.6 Mpix)

Princess Mine

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Princess Mine, Hanover-Fierro Mining District, Grant Co., New Mexico, USA

This mine extracted lead and zinc from ore bodies associated with granodiorite stocks. I am not sure when the mine closed, but in the 1960s, U.S. Smelting, Refining, and Mining Co. was still extracting ore. Large tailings piles from the Chino Mine are behind the Princess Mine headframe.

Photo taken: 13 March 2017
Camera: Nikon FM10
Film: Fuji Superia 200
Photo ID: 1030132     Uploaded by: Nathalie Brandes   View Count: 7   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 6998 x 4537 pixels (31.7 Mpix)

Little Fannie Mine

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Little Fannie Mine, Mogollon, Mogollon Mining District, Mogollon Mountains, Catron Co., New Mexico, USA

A 1900 report of the governor of New Mexico to the Secretary of the Interior states the Little Fannie Mine was one of the best producers in the mining district. It was Mogollon’s largest employer until its closure in 1952.

Photo taken: 13 March 2017
Camera: Nikon FM10
Film: Fuji Superia 200
Photo ID: 1028639     Uploaded by: Nathalie Brandes   View Count: 11   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 6672 x 4537 pixels (30.3 Mpix)

Conoco Service Station

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Lake Valley, Sierra Co., New Mexico, USA

An 1893 Lake Valley map labels this structure as a school and a 1902 map indicates it is a saloon. It later served as a general store and Conoco service station.

Photo taken: 15 March 2017
Camera: Nikon FM10
Film: Fuji Superia 200
Photo ID: 1028638     Uploaded by: Nathalie Brandes   View Count: 2   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 6998 x 4537 pixels (31.7 Mpix)

Looking Towards Cripple Creek from Pikes Peak

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Cripple Creek Mining District, Teller Co., Colorado, USA

This photograph was taken from near the summit of Pikes Peak looking towards the open-pit of Cripple Creek. The tailings from the pit can be seen at the centre of the photograph.

Cripple Creek is located on a Tertiary volcanic-intrusive igneous complex surrounded by Precambrian country rock. Rock types in the area include biotite gneiss, granodiorite, quartz monzanite, and granite. Hydrothermal activity created epithermal deposits enriched in gold, silver, and tellurium.

Photo taken: 24 September 2016
Camera: Nikon FM10
Film: Fuji Superia 200
Photo ID: 1028637     Uploaded by: Nathalie Brandes   View Count: 5   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 6382 x 4682 pixels (29.9 Mpix)

Empire Zinc Mine

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Empire Zinc Mine, Hanover-Fierro Mining District, Grant Co., New Mexico, USA

Zinc mining began in 1902 from massive sphalerite replacement deposits around the Hanover-Fierro Stock. A 1951-1952 strike at the mine concerning pay and housing discrimination against Mexicans and people of Mexican descent was the subject of the 1954 film Salt of the Earth, which was blacklisted due to McCarthyism.

Photo taken: 13 March 2017
Camera: Nikon FM10
Film: Fuji Superia 200
Photo ID: 1027008     Uploaded by: Nathalie Brandes   View Count: 4   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 5185 x 4537 pixels (23.5 Mpix)

City of Rocks

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City of Rocks State Park, Grant Co., New Mexico, USA

City of Rocks is composed of the Kneeling Nun Tuff, which was erupted from the Emory Caldera ~34.9 Ma. Weathering and erosion along joints in the rock created the “streets” of the city.

Photo taken: 13 March 2017
Camera: Nikon FM10
Film: Fuji Superia 200
Photo ID: 1027007     Uploaded by: Nathalie Brandes   View Count: 7   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 6998 x 4646 pixels (32.5 Mpix)
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