Celebrating the Colors of Colorado
Over the past several weeks I have been getting out as I can to capture some of the beauty that paints Colorado each autumn when the aspens change: Green to red to golden. And when the breezes shake the leaves there is a shimmering beauty that is hard to find elsewhere in nature. Enjoy these images taken long Boreas, Guanella, and Kenosha Passes in Clear County and Park County.
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Early October Front Range
More images from Autumn 2014. This set is primarily in the Deckers, Co area in and around Cheesman Lake. I had driven thru this area last year and noticed the fire damage. I was surprised to find that the Hayman Fire occurred in 2002! Twelve years previously. It does take nature a long time to recover from our impact.
Arrowhead Golf Club
Recovering from Hayman Fire – 2002
His fishing spot
Late September Exploring
This set, from late September includes a few from the Park County side of Boreas Pass (first 2) and then various images from Guanella Pass. On this particular day I headed up from the Georgetown side. NOTE: From the slid show view of any image you can scroll below to click and see a full size image. For some reason, better color is gown in the full size than the slide show.