Friday, January 27, 2012

Day 7 - Chillagoe Smelters

So the famous Chillagoe Smelters, which closed in 1943 but in it's time treated...1.25 million tonnes of ore, 60 000 of copper, 50 000 of lead, 181 of silver and 5 tonnes of gold. Although all the building and machinery were auctioned and removed, the debris left makes for cool photos!

even more smelters

smelters

smelters

rockpattern

smelters at chillagoe

smelters reflection film

building destruction

more smelters

smelters

smelters reflection

smelters at sunrise

Wasn't the sunrise I was expecting but still pretty shots I think :)

4 comments:

  1. I love your blog. You always seems to have the best adventures. :)

    I stumbled across this today. I thought you might get a kick out of it. :)

    http://aprilandmaystudio.blogspot.com/2012/01/hello-sunshine.html

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  2. Hey Lana,
    You're too sweet!!!
    Thanks so much for sharing too, weeee, made my day :)

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  3. ooo definitely worth it for the super pictures! what's the forth one down? is that just solidified metal or something? i loves it. also the one two down from it. purty.

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  4. eep, it was just in the ground. The area is super rocky and I guess some sort of rock...okay I'm stopping here cause I have no idea :P

    lol

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