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a fenceline view of Mt Sneffels in the San Juan Mountains from CR 5 in Ridgway. Digging back in the archives.....

  

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Inspired by another strawberry image on Flickr...shot in the studio for my newspaper's stock image collection.

 

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I don't know the excact location, but tis picture was taken on the San Juan Skyway between Silverton and Durango in Colorado.

 

Camera: Konica Minolta Z3

Aperture: f/5.6

Focal length: 5,9 mm

Shutter speed: 1/125

ISO: 50

Located at 10,600 ft on the Mt. Evans scenic byway road in the Colorado Rocky Mountains. It formed during the latest period of glaciation roughly 10,000 years ago.

You can walk inside the falls, or above them, they are fantastic and roaring loud

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L7 8 =91

Golden aspen and dramatic clouds are a simple pleasure of life here in Colorado! Stunning mountains is another plus of our area. As a stated a couple of photos ago, I am not through with fall and this image is one reason why. This is the west end of the Sneffles Range.

 

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The building is near Leadville, Colorado, the mountains, I believe are in the San Juan Mountain range in Colorado, and the sky is in Ohio. The Colorado shots were taken in 1993 with an Olympus film camera. I combined the pictures in Photoshop, and the texture is from there, also.

Explored: Aug 16, 2008 #479

I went there from work ... very nice place

 

Link to all pictures taken during my Colorado Visit

Morning long exposure on the Colorado River in Utah outside Arches National Park.

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38th Annual Colorado Balloon Classic

I don't know the excact location, but tis picture was taken on the San Juan Skyway between Silverton and Durango in Colorado.

 

Camera: Konica Minolta Z3

Aperture: f/5.6

Focal length: 17.3 mm

Shutter speed: 1/400

ISO: 50

near Vail and Minturn

early morning sun and shadows on the hay field with the San Juan Mountains in the distance.

  

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Weep all you little rains,

Wail, winds, wail

All along, along along

The Colorado trail.

Pueblo County, Colorado

8 July 2012

The red rocks light up under a threatening sky.

Garden of the Gods - Colorado USA

the Colorado River as it flows through Hal Canyon near Moab, Utah

 

Beginning our annul trek to our winter nest in Arizona tomorrow. I may be out of contact for awhile. Catch up when we get internet service. Staying near Sedona for 3 weeks in deep canyon country along the Verde River. Beautiful but no internet.....

Crater Lake on a Cloudy Day.

 

   

 

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Colorado River south of Hoover Dam

 

The full moon behind me lit up these mountains. This Pentax camera has so much dynamic range its kinda crazy. You can pull the shadows out of a photo like this and make it look just like it was taken during the daytime. My new Manfrotto Tripod has made all the difference in taking a long exposure like this, with a heavy ass camera and lens, 36mp and moderate wind. You get what you pay for when it comes to tripods. Ive been thinking about this shot for awhile. Well there ya go. Hope you all like it.

 

I want to add also that this 70-200 f2.8 lens is really nice. It gets some bad reviews from some people because of a slower less accurate autofocus. For landscapes (and many other things) its no big deal. Focuses fine. Its incredibly sharp. As sharp as my Canon 70-200 f4 was. Amazing build quality and only $560. As many of you know most 70-200 f2.8 lenses will cost you $1200-$2000.

Some people might say that it was extra unstable since I was there…

 

Usually I like to post images "Landscape" orientation rather than "Portrait" but the clouds were just so cool that I had to turn my camera sideways. Being that the lens was at 11mm the black swirling clouds at the top were pretty much directly over my head.

 

I'll say again that the reason for the orange glow on the horizon was not due to sunset or sunrise, but rather is a phenomena associated with severe weather on the central plains. The sun still had another three hours before it was to set when I took this. I call it "Storm Light" in that I only see it when I go chasing weather.

 

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The Kissing Sisters area of the beautiful Colorado National Monument south of Grand Jct. Colorado with the book cliffs in the far distant background.

Colorado has beauty almost everywhere you look.

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(Pic: Loukonen Farms Pumpkin Truck, Colorado)

 

After 15 wonderful years in Nottingham, England, my family and I are moving lock, stock and lens barrel this month to Colorado and a whole new world of photographic opportunities... I've been travelling backwards and forwards to Denver for a few years now, on an infrequent basis, and we are delighted now to be making the permanent move. Preparations for the transition on both sides of the pond have kept me pretty quiet, relatively speaking, on the image front, but I assure you 'normal service' will be resumed as soon as things have settled down.... In the meantime, sharing my favourite Colorado image to date - an old pumpkin truck spotted off the highway between Denver and Boulder during an unseasonal autumn snow storm a few years ago. If this is what is possible from a 'drive-by', I can't wait to see what this beautiful state really has to offer on the landscape, urban, sports and wildlife photography fronts.... If you have any tips, secret locations or contacts to share, I'd love to hear from you! Cheers all, Scott

Another amazing place in Colorado. Nothing quite like it. If you are ever in Grand Junction, make sure you do this loop. It does cost a couple of bucks to drive through, but it's well worth it. Take your camera, lunch, and refreshments and stop at every pullover along the way. I find this place is not easy to photograph well. I found it difficult to capture the magnitude with a camera.

The upper Piedra River at about 9500 feet in elevation in the San Juans of southwest Colorado. Trout heaven.... The peaks in the background, along the Continental Divide, are all over 13,000 feet.

Sept 30, 2012

We just got back from 3 days of four wheeling and camping in the San Juan Mountains....I love that area!!

 

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