This is a photograph of the Fryingpan River in Basalt, Eagle County, Colorado. The river runs alongside a road at the bottom of the valley to the left. In the right foreground is a dry, grassy hillside with some trees. The left side of the river is bordered by various trees, a green field, and green hillside. In the background are various mesas with some roads cutting across them and a few houses at the base. The Seven Castles can be seen within these mesas. This photograph can be found on page 107 of John Fielder's Book, Colorado 1870-2000 Second Edition.
The black & white photograph, taken by William Henry Jackson, 86.200.2156, is found on page 107 of John Fielder's book, Colorado 1870-2000 Second Edition.
The John Fielder's Colorado Collection was donated by John Fielder.