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PHOTOS: More from the 51st Carbondale Mountain Fair

The 51st Carbondale Mountain Fair concluded Sunday, including the Men’s Wood Splitting competition and the closing musical act, LA-based band Ozomatli.

More photos from Mountain Fair weekend, here and here.

A young clay artist works the wheel without using her hands, which was one of the rules of the game at the first ever Potters Throwdown Relay on Saturday afternoon at the 51st Carbondale Mountain Fair.
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A clay artist works the wheel without using her hands, which was one of the rules of the game at the first ever Potters Throwdown Relay on Saturday afternoon at the 51st Carbondale Mountain Fair.
John Stroud/Post Independent
A leopard-print-clad sweet tooth checks out the delectable offerings at the Carbondale Mountain Fair cake baking contest Sunday morning.
John Stroud/Post Independent
Melissa Goodman of Glenwood Springs gets a handle on things at the women’s wood splitting competition Saturday afternoon at the 51st Carbondale Mountain Fair.
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Contestant James Steindler attempts to split a log with brute strength on Sunday during the men’s wood splitting competition.
Peter Baumann/Post Independent
A contestant shaves off a shim of wood from his log during the men’s woodchopping competition on Sunday during the 51st annual Mountain Fair in Carbondale.
Peter Baumann/Post Independent
LA band Ozomatli got up close and personal with the crowd to close out the 51st Carbondale Mountain Fair Sunday evening.
John Stroud/Post Independent

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