Our chilliest night of camping on the entire trip was in the San Juan National Forest. It was a frigid 22 degrees by midnight. I wanted to shoot some star trails but the cold was so miserable that I’d run out, open the camera shutter, and run back into the tent to cuddle up with […]
This national forest was created in 1905 by President Roosevelt and encompasses nearly 1.9 million acres of western Colorado. On our drive from Black Gunnison National Park to Mesa Verde National Park we stopped to camp in the forest. Here are three panoramas I shot as we drove through the forest before sunset.
It’s summer now, and I’m still occasionally re-visiting my images from our road trip last fall. It’s my goal to post them all before the one-year anniversary of the trip. Here are some examples of the incredible autumn colors we saw in Colorado on our way to Mesa Verde National Park last October.