In late September I went for a semi-sketchy bushwhacking adventure on Red Mountain Pass to get this perspective of the Million Dollar Highway. I learned that granite boulder mine tailings are far from an ideal place to stand, let alone set up a tripod. After some sliding, falling around, and a few surprise moonwalk descents down the crumbling hillside I ended up with a couple stable shots after almost 3 hours of self induced antics. Sometimes you strike out and sometimes you strike gold.
All prints are signed and editioned. Printed on museum quality 13mil silver halide and Giclee paper with archival quality pigments.