Sunday evening’s eclipse provided a challenging but interesting photo opportunity. Here’s a composite of some shots I got.
Taken in the ancient Colombus family home (Alcazar de Colon) in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republican, this photo intrigued me with the contrast of the organic – the flowers – with the ancient metal decorative shutters.
Devil’s Backbone, just west of Loveland, CO, reminded me of a mini (very mini) Moab, UT. We had a nice hike.
For good reason the Columbine is Colorado’s flower. You find it pushing through rocks and crevices high in the Colorado Rockies.
From the trail head, we couldn’t even see Grays Peak as we began our hike. This part is green and idyllic. It took a couple of hours to get the rocky part of the trail. Grays Peak is a beginners’ Colorado Rockies 14er.
We were at about 13,500′ on our way to Grays Peak when I spotted this slope behind us, well into the tundra of the Colorado Rockies.