Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado encompasses over 415 square miles that straddles the Continental Divide. The main portals into the park are outside of Grand Lake on the western slope and Estes Park on the eastern slope. Continue reading Rocky Mountain National Park
The premiere attraction for photographers in the San Luis Valley is the Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve. It served as our base of operations as we explored the entire region. Here is a link to the portfolio containing other areas of interest in the San Luis Valley. Continue reading Great Sand Dunes National Park
Traveling through Montana in late summer is a photographic treat. Montana Summer Landscapes include undulating wheat fields as far as the eye can see, farms under stormy skies, magnificent waterfalls and springs, and mountains set afire by the morning light. Continue reading Montana Summer Landscapes
Here are photographs of San Juan Mountain summer landscapes. In summer these Colorado mountains are full of vibrant color, moody clouds, and colorful geology. Continue reading Summer Landscapes Taken in the San Juan Mountains
Wildflowers in the San Juan Mountains of Colorado are at their peak between mid-July and mid-August. You can find wildflowers in the disturbed soil near roads, in high mountain valleys, and along numerous streams and waterfalls. Below is a portfolio of photographs of San Juan Mountain wildflowers. Continue reading Wildflower Photographs from the San Juan Mountains
Mining ruins are scattered throughout the San Juan Mountains of Colorado. You can find them along major roads like the Million Dollar Highway (US 550) and along high mountains Jeep roads. Below is a portfolio of photographs of San Juan Mountain mining ruins.