Description: The “Great Wall of Woodland Park” This is a road cut when entering Woodland Park from East Hwy 24. A very interesting color and erosional pattern makes this a photogenic section of Road. It often has quite nice cloud shadow mottling. The amazing “ghost” car in the detail gives a good idea of scale.
Date and time of photograph(s): 5/12/2012 10:00 AM Pan Directions NW => NE => E
Description: Morning clouds flow over Thunderbutte right by the Teller/Douglas County line. The road actually does curve (despite the 180° distortion on the reverse. The dead trees are a remnant of the Hayman fire. Reverse:
Date and time of photograph(s): 5/11/2012 2:10 PM
Pan Directions W => NW => N
Description: This view on Teller County Road 1 from Florissant to Cripple Creek is the backside of Mueller State park. It displays the huge granite mountain cores that create many “balancing rocks”. An actual cattle field: if Cows enjoy the view, then these are the happiest ones in Teller County.
Date and time of photograph(s): 6/17/2012 12:42 PM Pan Directions: NNW => NE => ESE
Description: Really stellar shot of road with Pike Peak in the distance. Very little traffic on this road except at mine shift changes. YOUR CAR HERE! The reverse is a large area suitable for parking. NOTE: This is the first time a Camera Map has been approximate: the Mine has moved roads around and Google just hasn’t figured that out yet.
Date and time of photograph(s): 7/12/2012 4:10 PM Pan Directions N => E => SE Description: This is the double tunnel that appears on the tourist brochure. The Pan was taken dead center of the road so that both shafts are visible. The reverse is also exactly in the center of the road. The detail is a 180° from between the two tunnels.