Snow Still Lingering
At Colorado’s San Juan Mountains
Colorado’s Amazing Lizard Head Pass
It’s just south of the ski resort town of Telluride but in October it was full of snow and autumn colors. This spot at Trout Lake calls out for a panorama shot. This was 3 images stitched together.
Colorado’s McClure Pass
Fall colors invaded McClure Pass which is west of Aspen and on the way to the colorful Kebler Pass. Up close .
Alabama Hills Is In California!
It’s at the foot of the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range near Lone Pine, California. It’s made up of unusual rock formations and large boulders that climbers love to tackle. It is a desert type ecosystem located on Federal BLM land. You may have recognized the landscape as this area was used in the opening scene…
Rocky Mountain National Park- Part One
Rocky is the 3rd most visited national park in the United States. After my initial visit, I can see why. From soaring mountaintops, pristine lakes and abundant wildlife, Rocky Mountain National Park is why we set aside these amazing natural resources.
California’s Eastern Sierras
Although not covered in deep snow yet, the Eastern Sierras from Lone Pine and the Alabama Hills are sublime. The morning light along with some clouds and fog made for some good shots.
Stormy Zion Country
Another huge thunder and lightning storm swept through Zion country yesterday and provided some good photo ops.
Zion’s Parched Kolob Terrace
Summer is here and with no rain for the last few months, the land and my sinuses are parched here in Southern Utah. A forest fire erupted nearby, somewhat emulating a newly erupted volcano. The alfalfa fields are tall but a spark away from torching as well.
Death Valley Star Trails
An abbreviated star trails shot using about 50 exposures. The multi-colored background light must be from Las Vegas, over 100 miles away. Because of this ambient light, the star trails don’t look as pronounced as when it is completely dark out. When you combine 50 exposures, you are combining the light from each as well.…
Leftovers From Death Valley
Leftovers can be good. Like pizza or Chinese food, leftovers may be better than the originals. The Furnace Creek Inn at Death Valley rents for a cool $499 per night. They also charge a $13.44 per day resort fee. Really?