Ruins of Gold-mining (2200 m)

Picture by monaris


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  • November 27, 2012
  • Nikon D90
  • Nikon 18-200 mm
  • Shooting Style Tripod
  • Shoots Number Multiple Exposure
  • Exposures Number -2,0,+2
  • Editing Software Photomatix Pro / Photoshop
  • File Format RAW
  • Notes Topaz Detail and DeNoise

18 Comments

27 Nov 07:57
monaris

Thanks all for taking time to comment and vote. The valley of Rauruis gained providence and wealth through gold-mining. From 1377 to 1802, Rauris held an independent country and mountain-court. Mining reached its peak from the 15th to 16th centuries. The houses of the mine-workers still testify to the affluence of this time with bow-gates and bay windows. By 1500, the valley had more than 3.000 inhabitants. After gold-mining almost came to a complete end at the beginning of the 20th Century in Raurisertal, attempts were made to try and revive the industry. However, at the beginning of talks within the Rauris community, proposals to recreate the industry were rejected in fear that it could damage the environment and the region's tourism prospects.

27 Nov 08:01
miltonv

wow gran detalle bonito cielo perfecto :D

27 Nov 08:10
myliwg01

love it, best viewed on download

27 Nov 09:25
anonymous

10

27 Nov 11:51
iciworm

Very good.

27 Nov 13:53
arnie58

Nice scene

27 Nov 13:58
arthakker

cool

27 Nov 14:14
monalisa

10

27 Nov 15:10
mitch19

Excellent

27 Nov 15:51
cloudberry

Ten

27 Nov 16:12
darrellburnett

Excellent. For me it's slightly oversharpened, but not enough to deduct for. 10.

27 Nov 17:43
inkslinger

Excellent, dramatic scene...

27 Nov 18:00
flipd1

I like the sharp details. nice process

27 Nov 18:08
sanz3jo

10

27 Nov 18:24
paulantony

Excellent.

27 Nov 18:25
karl_oparka

10 all the way

27 Nov 22:40
rikiba

10

28 Nov 00:10
dalematt

Excellent detail!

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