The Colorado GAP Field database has 6,670 photos associated with it. The photos are divided by 9 mapping zones. Each zipped file contains all the photos for that mapzone and a readme file. All photos were resized to either 640x480 or 480x640 for viewing within the database and several were rotated 90 degrees left or right to place photo upright.
To see what map zones are in Colorado click here.
YAMP (Yampa Basin)-  CO1_photos.zip
contains 1,170 photos. (180 MB)
UNCM (Uncompaghre)-  CO2_photos.zip contains 845 photos. (149 MB)
WSRB (West Slope River Basins)-  CO3_photos.zip contains 753 photos. (115 MB)
SLVY (San Luis Valley)- CO4_photos.zip contains 834 photos. (127 MB)
SJMT (San Juan Mountains)- CO5_photos.zip contains 1,422 photos. (255 MB)
WSMT (West Slope Mountains)- CO6_photos.zip contains 1,405 photos. (284 MB)
HIPL (High Plains)- CO7_photos.zip contains 208 photos. (10 MB)
SCPD (South Colorado Piedmont)- CO8_photos.zip contains 20 photos. (1 MB)
SJBN (San Juan Basin)- CO9_photos.zip contains 12 photos. (1.2 MB)
1. Download the zipped file(s) from list above.
2. Save the file to your computer and unzip its contents. The photo directory (Photos) must reside in the same folder on your hard drive as the .mdb file.
3. The file directory should look something like this: Click here for a graphic display.
4. Open the COGap_Database.mdb file in Microsoft Access and click the "camera" button to view the photos taken at a site.