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Mining Structure Shower Curtain featuring the photograph Remnant Mining Structure by Kae Cheatham

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Remnant Mining Structure Shower Curtain

Kae Cheatham

by Kae Cheatham


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Product Details

Our shower curtains are made from 100% polyester fabric and include 12 holes at the top of the curtain for simple hanging from your own shower curtain rings. The total dimensions of each shower curtain are 71" wide x 74" tall.

Design Details

This remnant mining structure is on a mountain slope northwest of Marysville, Montana USA. Mining in this area of western Montana dates back to the... more

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Remnant Mining Structure Photograph by Kae Cheatham


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Comments (3)

Ann Skelton

Ann Skelton

Great find and capture Kae! l/f

Arlene Babad

Arlene Babad

I love these old structures; beautiful work.

Steve Rich

Steve Rich

Your work deserves to be showcased on the homepage of "The Meandering Photographer!" Please consider adding this work to the "Feature History, The Meandering Photographer (Oct-Nov 2023)" active discussion thread. (l/f on 10-13-2023)

Kae Cheatham replied:

Steve, thanks for featuring this image! Much appreciated.

Artist's Description

This remnant mining structure is on a mountain slope northwest of Marysville, Montana USA. Mining in this area of western Montana dates back to the early 1900s. I liked the colors in the weathered wood, and the slide coming down the hill to deposit ore. The tree is a newcomer along what was once a track for wagons to pull up to gather the material from the structure.
This image is copyrighted to Kae C’s Images (Kae Cheatham). Not in public domain.
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About Kae Cheatham

Kae Cheatham

I am a visual artist (Kae C's Images) at work a few miles east of the Continental Divide in Montana USA, who produces photographic images, graphic arts, and computer art. I started with SLRs, but since 2002 have embraced the digital era. My photos have been used in many publications, including American Cowboy, Bloodlines, Orion Magazine, Pro Rodeo World (along with my articles), and Royal Wings (an international in-flight magazine). Digital painting and graphic art techniques developed when working with authors to create covers for their books. I apply these skills to many of my images. The bulk of my PHOTOGRAPHY deals with rural enterprise and activities. If you are interested in those subjects (with a western flair) please visit my...