Reply to Andrew Culin,
Andrew that mill is one of Colorado's most recognisable locations of the 10 or 12 times I went there I never had it to myself. There are even Jeep tours out there. That made it hard to photograph without people getting in the way especially as my shot is a panorama. It's a stitch of 10 images, two rows of 5 each HDR'd from three exposures.
I met a couple of semi professional photographers who told me they'd never seen the mill shot in that way, I've seen several pano's but never one looking up and down stream.
My personal favourite is the mill with snow, I hiked up to the mill in the dark ready for first light, by the time any other photographers came up the snow had melted. A few days later the leaves on the Aspen blew off, so I was the only person to get that shot that year.
You mentioned the hoodoo shot, that was taken on the edge of Boulder Colorado, when I was there I met a photo journalist, he convinced me to do the jump. I had to make the jump several times to get it right, my parents wished I'd done that in post edit.