In the Middle of Nowhere
We were driving from Pagosa Springs, Colorado back up North towards Denver when we made a pit stop in the middle of nowhere. The clouds looked awesome. We pulled over on 285 in a place that probably doesn’t even have a name. It’s probably called Colorado, but the closest town is called Center.
I had seen a sign that said lakes ahead. We started walking out to shoot, but my wife is kind of skeptical about me just wandering off into places I’ve never been before so we stayed close to the car and only made it a quarter mile before setting up shop. Turns out there are a few lakes that tatter the lands. Also, it was a park for hunters. I’m pretty sure because I seen signs that said place feathers here. So, that kind of made me rethink the entire let’s go walking out into the wild thing.
Anyways, I took a decent amount of shots from here, but I think I only got three that are usable. Leaking light into my Ten Stopper really puts a damper on my creativity sometimes. It might take some ingenuity from myself to fix those leaking light photos because they actually look really cool minus the pink flare.
Also, the Great Sand Dunes National Park isn’t too far from here. Off into the distance you can see the Rockies. They appear blue-ish. That’s because of the distance between us and the range. It really did have a cold temperature to them as the photo shows.
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