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Uncompahgre Mineral River, where it flows under 550 just south of Ouray, CO in the San Juan Mountain Range. It's on the east side of 550, alongside the enterence to the Alpine Loop/Engineer Pass. I came for the AIGA NEXT conference a week early to get lost in the high country of Colorado.

 

Thanks for making this #3 on Flickr Explore, October 9th, 2007.

  

Photo of the Month (February 2007) in Beautiful Water!

 

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I followed the Uncompahgre Mineral River down about 600 feet and found several water falls. I came for the AIGA NEXT conference a week early to get lost in the high country of Colorado.

 

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Dallas Divide, Uncompahgre National Forest, San Juan Mountain Range. I came for a conferance, but really only remember getting lost in the high country of Colorado.

Uncompahgre National Forest, San Juan Mountain Range. I came for the AIGA NEXT conference a week early to get lost in the high country of Colorado.

I created an HDR image and wasn't happy with the colors. So I converted the image to a highly contrasted black and white image. Much like black and white film, which tends to have a higher tonal range, I hoped I would be able to replicate the effect with this image. I came for the AIGA NEXT conference a week early to get lost in the high country of Colorado.

Seen from 62, 10 minutes west of Ridgeway, at about nine in the morning. Uncompahgre National Forest, San Juan Mountain Range. I came for the AIGA NEXT conference a week early to get lost in the high country of Colorado. This image was tone mapped with Photomatix using three images.

Red Mountain Creek, just south of Ouray, CO on 550 in the San Juan Mountain Range. The creek bed was a tan while the water seemed to flow with perfect clarity. I came for the AIGA NEXT conference a week early to get lost in the high country of Colorado.

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i am not sure why i like this bear statue so much, but i do. the scale of this thing is crazy. He's big and blue—like 3 stories tall—looking into the convention center. so funny.

In some areas, the aspen are at peak. Here, one hour north of Dolores, CO. San Juan Mountains.

Aspen leaves floated upon a filling pool

repelling above and below

that which gave it life

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