Denver Sunset Panorama 2-10-2016
Not a great panorama of the sunset in Denver, CO today, as it was done with my Android phone and I wasn’t anywhere where I could get anything really interesting in the foreground… But was all about the sky anyway. This sunset was so bright and so much of the mountain-wave clouds along the foothills was involved that everything seemed to glow pink reflecting the sky from above.
Denver, CO Sunset Feb 10, 2016
Not a great shot, but this sunset today in Denver, CO was so bright & pink that everything seemed to glow pink reflecting the light of the clouds above.
From summer of 2014. Thunderstorm clouds boiling up over historic mines in Victor, Colorado.
The grey and gloomy day this Christmas Eve day had me yearning for summer in the mountains. Had some unprocessed photos from this summer,so…
On the way to South Park. Taken somewhere along CO Rt 9 between Canon City and Hartsel in August of 2014. It was an unusually wet summer for this area that year.
Took a 2 mile hike in South Valley Park with my camera at the end of a breezy but warm winter day. Some of my favorite shots in a long while resulted. Here’s some of the best.
View a slideshow of this set below.
Or you can go direct to this set on Flickr.
The cliffs of the fountain rock formations at South Valley Park reflect the light of the setting sun.
A slideshow of some of the photos from my 2011 Summer Vacation to the Durango, Colorado area. Including trips on the Durango & Silverton railroad, stays in both cities, and a trip to Mesa Verde National Park. Continue reading 2011 Summer Vacation Set
I recently drove up to the new Staunton State Park just past Conifer, Colorado. It’s an easy, fairly short drive from Denver, very close to where I used to live in Pine Junction, Colorado. As you can see from this Staunton State Park trail map there are a bunch of routes to chose from whether you prefer to hike, bike or horseback ride. The day started a little brisk with fog and mist in the mountain river valleys, but turned out quite warm considering it is November in Colorado.
Having never been in the park I chose to keep it simple and take the main Staunton Ranch trail through the heart of the park. I would then take a little balloon loop hiking a short way up the Marmot Passage trail close to the top of a ridge to the west, then head back along and down the ridge on Scout Line trail until it rejoined the Staunton Ranch trail I came in on. Continue reading Staunton State Park Exploration