Nice visit to a great Park in late May, 2006, up to and into the Golden Hour. All images taken with the Canon 350D and 18-55mm kit lens (yep!), and processed with Lightroom 6. Very pleased that I thought ahead and shot many scenes with panos in mind. Single images: Panos:
A gallery of 258 images selected from the 2220 I took (many thanks to Doug Glennie for driving so I could go all paparazzi on the park!)
This series of images were created to simply have a good documentation of my first trip west out of Denver on I-70 to Grand Junction (my first trip through the Rockies was Pueblo – Montrose – Grand Junction).
This was my first attempt at photographing the aurora borealis.
Gotta love 2000 foot drop-offs!
Don’t forget your mittens!
Wonderful scenery and geology out in the middle of nowhere! Click for a 1800 pixel wide version of Raplee Ridge (known lcally as Raplee’s Anticline), part of the Monument Upwarp in southeastern Utah: Full Gallery of the region:
Goosenecks State Park is one of the coolest places I have ever been!
It’s Tahoe, baby!
Can’t have too much!
Dodged bears to get these images (well stayed loud by singing, as problem bears in Yosemite are night bears).
They’re Icons for a reason!
A majestic, yet underrated Park.
Love this Park!
Don’t forget to bring extra water!
Like another planet.
California is empty!
What a drive!
Whale Watching was cancelled due to high waves.
Lucky to have been there when they had a Great White!
October waves on the Monterey peninsula.
From 2009, from Phoenix to up the Mogollon Rim.
Another test for the new Tamron 150-600 mm on the 6D.
This takes things up to the sunset cruise.
San Francisco was the first stop on the trip.
After hiking to see the Largest Tree On the Planet (pics to follow) in Sequoia National Park, we waited in a line of cars for a Pilot Car (kinda like Chasing, eh!). We noticed some deer off maybe 80 feet at roughly 2 o’clock (pics to follow).
We are back!
Images from my drive up to the summit of Pikes Peak, CO (all taken with a Canon 350D)!