Category Archives: Landscape


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Summer Memories

This image evokes a nostalgic feeling in me of fond recollections when one could live in the moment with a sense of contentment and peace. Never forget that life and every moment in it are […]

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Scenic but errie…

On my last summer vacation to Colorado, it was cloudy a lot of the time but it didn’t stop us from subjecting ourselves to a long, brutal, dangerous and nerve-racking ride up to Yankee Boy […]

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Ashcroft Ghost Town

Scenic remains of an old deserted mining town in Colorado. The light was great momentarily as the clouds were moving in and out. It had been raining moments earlier so the town was closed. Sadly […]

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Old Mining Town of Ouray, CO.

As we rounded the bend in Ouray, Colorado, this scene took our breath away. As my mind adjusted from focusing on the winding mountain roads to this super wide vista, well, you might call it […]

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Rifle Falls

While on a Colorado vacation, I had to stop at Rifle Falls in Rifle, CO. Triple falls ┬áthat really gave me a chance to use the Singh Ray variable ND filter to slow the shutter. […]

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“The Clearing”

Sometimes you find yourself on a predictable road or going through the motions and then suddenly something gets your attention. This photo of a bright opening up ahead breaks the monotony of endless greenery on […]

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Hotel at Ashcroft ghost town

This is one of the remaining buildings still standing at an old deserted mining town in Ashcroft, Colorado near Aspen. So intriguing that after all the resources and mining ran dry, everyone just up and […]

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