Here is the last round of photos pulled from Trey’s camera on our trip. He didn’t use the camera quite as much and we didn’t stop nearly as often in the Midwest as we had out West. He still took some good ones!
We left Colorado Springs and began the long (and boring) interstate drive from west to east across Kansas. After about two hours we hit the state line and hoped out for our mandatory photo – just as we had done eleven times before on this journey.
When visiting our friends in Colorado Springs, CO they took us to the nearby headquarters of Focus on the Family. The place has a neat little kids’ area that is open to the public. It has activity rooms and themed rooms from books and shows like The Chronicles of Narnia and Adventures in Odyssey. The […]
Here are a couple panoramas I made on Pike’s Peak. The first is of the cog railway, the second of the barren ground and view from Devil’s Playground. Click the panoramas to open them in a new window. You may have to then click them again to enlarge them in your browser.
Pike’s Peak was the most memorable location for Trey from our trip. He often refers to it as “that mountain with the snow.” He was so excited to get to play in the snow and throw snowballs. Before going up the long 19-mile stretch of road to the peak I checked the oil in the […]
Great Sand Dunes is our favorite. SinceOf the National Parks we’ve visited (which is a lot, but we’ve barely scratched the surface), our first visit in 2006, we’ve returned twice to camp and explore the fascinating, ever-changing dunes. The ecology of the place is so diverse that it makes for a wonderful educational experience, but […]
I posted the dunes in this National Monument at dawn, now here they are at sunset.
Here are some scenes from a crisp October morning at Great Sand Dunes National Monument in southern Colorado. The panoramic photo is a high dynamic range composite of over 50 individual photos. The actual print size is 8.3 x 1.2 feet! Click to view full panoramic image in a new window
My wife stole my lensbaby and took these AMAZING shots.
A series of black & white images from Great Sand Dunes National Park in Colorado.