We spent some time last weekend doing photography and video at Colorado’s Paint Mines in El Paso County. From the website: “The Paint Mines Interpretive Park is one of El Paso County’s most unique open spaces. The Paint Mines are named for their colorful clays that were collected by American Indians to make paint. Brightly colored bands, caused by oxidized iron compounds, are found in varying amounts throughout the many different layers of clay.”
This was shot on a Sony a6300 mirrorless camera and a DJI Mavic Pro.
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