John R. Darrington Photography

Wallace, Idaho

Mirror Lake, Shoshone County
Blossom Lake, Shoshone County

John R. Darrington works underground at a local silver mine, but has a keen eye for all things of beauty above ground. Whether in historic Wallace or in the majestic mountains that surround his home, John finds inspiration for himself and for all those who see his photography. For a couple of years, John displayed his art at his Sixth Street Gallery, 410 Sixth Street in Wallace. Besides photography in all shapes and formats, you could find everything from copper wall art to horsehair and silver jewelry in his eclectic shop. Unfortunately medical complications forced him to close the shop, but he wants you to continue enjoying his artwork as he recovers and simplifies his life.

jrdarr@suddenlink.net      (208) 755-4573

Hoodoo Lake, Shoshone County Mirror Lake, Shoshone County
Pulaski Tunnel, Shoshone County
Pulaski Tunnel Trail
Elmer's Fountain, Shoshone County One of eight city stairs in Wallace
Wallace South Hill Stairs Project
Tunnel Falls, Shoshone County
Canyon Creek Dairy, Shoshone County Mullan Idaho, end of Trail of the Coeur d'Alenes
Revett Lake, Shoshone County
 

This site is under construction as John and I add more of his photos to his internet gallery. John is sometimes on assignment underground in beautiful southwestern Colorado, but on his days off he is collecting beautiful mountain panoramas. Please bookmark this page and return from time to time to see more of John's art.
Greg Marsh


Wallace Idaho in the spring Wallace Idaho in the summer
Wallace Idaho in the fall Wallace Idaho in the winter

 

 

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Please visit my other websites and websuites:
  • Northern Idaho's Silver Valley      Four Season Mountain Recreation Paradise:
    two ski resorts, two long bike trails, a dozen alpine lakes, bountiful wildlife and backcountry solitude in harmony with 128 years of mining history and legend
    silver-valley.com homepage updated December 10, 2013
  • Lookout Pass Ski Area
    Family Fun
    • closed April 6, 2014, with 117" at summit
    index page updated September 19, 2014
click to see the Trail of the Coeur d'Alenes
click to see the Route of the Hiawatha

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