Colorado Garden of the Gods Mono Tone View
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James "BO" Insogna

Colorado Garden of the Gods Mono Tone View
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Colorado Garden of the Gods Mono Tone View
Garden of the Gods with a black and white sepia mono tone view. In 1859, gold was discovered in the South Park area of Colorado, and "Pikes Peak or Bust" became a popular slogan as vast numbers of fortune seekers headed west. Boom towns were created overnight; over 100,000 people arrived in the region in just one year! The Pikes Peak area became a funnel of humanity since it sat at the foot of Ute Pass, the only accessible route to South Park. The Pass funneled gold seekers from three major routes across the plains. It was August of 1859, when two surveyors started out from Denver City to start formal action in locating a townsite, soon to be called Colorado City. While exploring nearby locations, they came upon a beautiful area of sandstone formations. M. S. Beach, who related this incident, suggested that it would be a "capital place for a beer garden" when the country grew up. His companion, Rufus Cable, a "young and poetic man" exclaimed, "Beer Garden? Why this is a fit place for the Gods to assemble. We will call it the Garden of the Gods." It has been so called ever since. Colorado Fine art nature landscape photography images by James Bo Insogna (C) - All Rights Reserved. Please feel Free to share our links, with Family or Friends who may also enjoy them. If you like my Art Gallery, please spread the word and press the Pinterest, FB, Google+, Twitter or SU Buttons! Thank you! *PLEASE NOTE, WATERMARKS WILL NOT BE ON THE PURCHASE PRINTS*
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