I was in Denver again this past week for work, and visiting friends.
And seeing a Rockies baseball game.
And seeing the Goo Goo Dolls concert at the Red Rocks Amphitheater. (Wow, that’s an awesome place!)
I also had a chance to do a little hiking. I borrowed a friend’s copy of the book Hiking Colorado’s Front Range, and selected a hike around Mount Galbraith, near Golden.
Here’s the GPS track from my hike. I used the new Garmin GPSMAP 62s, which I really like.
And an infrared photo, looking off to the southwest…
Thanks again to all my friends from Colorado, and my friends from Austin who were up there with me.
After leaving New Mexico, I went up to Colorado and enjoyed catching up with several friends. My first night, I captured this great sunset with the Denver skyline from my hotel room balcony.
My friend Micaela took me snowshoeing for the first time. We went up to Bear Lake, in Rocky Mountain National Park, and we had a wonderful time with a couple of feet of fresh powder in some places.
Despite her best efforts with snowballs, she did not cause me to trip over my own snowshoes and fall down.
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I’ve just returned from a week in Colorado.
- visiting great friends,
- great weather,
- the peak of fall color of the aspens.
A mountainside of beautiful fall color is a wonderful thing, but my “traditional portraits” of the aspens just weren’t exciting me.
So my friend Micaela and I walked into the forest a few yards. I aimed the camera up. And down. I slowed the shutter speed. I overexposed. I underexposed. I twisted the camera during the exposures.
I was having fun with my camera. And I finally felt creative. Let me know what you think.