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Windmill Tote Bag featuring the photograph Windmill at Moonset #1 by Tim Kathka

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Windmill at Moonset #1 Tote Bag

Tim Kathka

by Tim Kathka



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Purchase a tote bag featuring the photograph "Windmill at Moonset #1" by Tim Kathka.   Our tote bags are made from soft, durable, poly-poplin fabric and include a 1" black strap for easy carrying on your shoulder.   All seams are double-stitched for added durability.   Each tote bag is machine-washable in cold water and is printed on both sides using the same image.

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This windmill is part of the ranch and dairy farm in the middle of Highlands Ranch, the southern most community in the metropolitan area of Denver,... more

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Windmill at Moonset #1 Photograph by Tim Kathka


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Artist's Description

This windmill is part of the ranch and dairy farm in the middle of Highlands Ranch, the southern most community in the metropolitan area of Denver, Colorado. The windmill south of the historic mansion is the site of the primary well used for the ranching headquarters and mansion. The well is still in operation; however, the pump is now powered by electricity. The fan of the windmill was struck by lightning in the summer of 2016 and is undergoing repair. There were quite a number of wells drilled throughout Highlands Ranch so that water would be available for cattle in each pasture.

About Tim Kathka

Tim Kathka

Thank you for paying a visit to my website. While photography has been an interest of mine since I was taught the basics by a couple Navy shipmates over 40 years ago, that interest always seemed to take a back seat to my career in the practice of architecture. Now I am finding more time to travel and to enjoy photography. I have visited all 50 states and have travelled to Canada, Mexico and western Europe. I stayed active in the Naval Reserve, which presented many opportunities for travel. While the navy presented the opportunity to learn about photography and for travel, my career in architecture focused my interest in subject matter toward urban street scenes and architecture. I have now expanded my photo subject matter to include...