A very early truck among the pines in Roosevelt Nat'l Forest, CO, has met its demise twice; once as a transport vehicle and again as an improvised sawmill. It probably had already made its share of shipments by the time of it's conversion. Here it still sits at Gresham, Colorado which at times was a mining center, an area post office and later as a logging operation that probably sustained some men through the depression. The nearby log post office was papered in depression era newspaper, predominantly the Denver Post mining section.
This is my most subtle example of contrast control by layering multiple imports from my RAW files. See the comments.
I parked a 12X18 image file here.
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