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This notable image of a prospector gold panning in a river is one of the most famous photos from the gold rush era. This photo has often been misidentified, but a reputable archive states that the photo was taken on the Colorado River near Lee's Ferry. This would place the prospector in Arizona Territory, or possibly across the river in Southern California. Dates assigned to the photo also vary, but this scene is likely from 1900 or earlier.
Artificial Intelligence based software has been used to enhance this historic photo.
The AI enhanced version of the photo is 2,125 x 2,533 pixels, in JPEG format
The original version is 2,302 x 3,000 pixels, in JPEG format