The Snow-Capped Peaks of the Rockies

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This large panoramic picture shows the Rockies as seen from a point near Telluride, Colorado. To the right is Mount Wilson (altitude 14.250 feet), near the center is Sunshine Peak, and at the left is Lizard Head. For grandeur this range of mountains is not surpassed in the world, the various peaks being crowned with snow the year round. The great mineral wealth contained in these stupendous hills will never be known.
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Ed. Note: Due to the extreme width of this image, it was impossible for me to scan it in one pass. In order to allow easy viewing on 640x480 screens, the left and right halves of the image are shown in this manner, preserving all the image content.

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All text and images Copyright 1995 by Darryl Van Nort

Darryl E Van Nort <>
updated 5:10PM 12/16/95