The Old Crystal Mill 24x36 *D

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  • Hang only from attached hangers. Do not use wire to hang.
  • Arrives in 7 to 10 Business Days, Direct to Your Home or Business.
  • The Old Crystal Mill 24x36 from Brett Patchin Photography.
  • Built in 1893, it originally had a waterwheel that generated compressed air for miners.
  • Placed on the National Registry of Historic Places in 1985.
  • Hiking trail from Marble, Colorado around 11 miles round trip.
  • The ghost town of Crystal Colorado is within easy walking distance of the Crystal Mill.
  • Mill ceased operation in 1917.

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Dimensions / Specifications

Attribute name Attribute value
Artist's Name: Brett Patchin
Dimensions: 24" H x 36" W x 1.5" D
Artwork Style: Photography
Width: 36
Height: 24
Depth: 2
Style: Rustic / Vintage
Color / Finish: Beige/Taupe
Green
Orientation: Landscape
Subject: Landscapes
Shape: Rectangle
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Artwork Size: 24 x 36
  • Hang only from attached hangers. Do not use wire to hang.
  • Arrives in 7 to 10 Business Days, Direct to Your Home or Business.
  • The Old Crystal Mill 24x36 from Brett Patchin Photography.
  • Built in 1893, it originally had a waterwheel that generated compressed air for miners.
  • Placed on the National Registry of Historic Places in 1985.
  • Hiking trail from Marble, Colorado around 11 miles round trip.
  • The ghost town of Crystal Colorado is within easy walking distance of the Crystal Mill.
  • Mill ceased operation in 1917.

**Available to Direct Ship Anywhere in the US**

Brett Patchin Photography

Collection Details
Brett Patchin
Parker, Colorado
patchinimages.com

>I am a Nature/ Landscape Photographer currently living in Parker, Colorado. I developed a love for Photography years ago, when I answered an ad in the St. Louis Post Dispatch for a company called the Grand Teton Lodge Company in Jackson Wyoming. It is a place I will never forget and a place I return to year after year. It is the place I learned about photography. I bought an old canon FT with a light meter that always got stuck and a used 50mm lens. I was on my way.├╗It has been my mission over the years to explore those hard to find locations, those that can only be accessed from back country travel, and pass them on to others. Being an avid backpacker, it is a privilege to showcase the beauty of locations such as The Teton Crest Trail, where each of the 39 miles reveals a new horizon. The beautiful waterfalls along the Mist Trail at Yosemite or the incredible 4 Pass Loop around Maroon Bells, dreading the steep climb over each 12400ft. pass, until you witness the incredible panoramas they leave etched in your mind as you reach their summits. I would like to think my photography combines a passion for showing a different perspective, or perhaps a different view on what I believe is important.