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July 15, 2009

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Checking in from Colorado

by josephrossbachphoto

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Just checking in from the Colorado high country after 14 days of camping and working the Colorado landscape with fellow photographer Ian Plant. Its been an amazing trip so far with some amazing light. The monsoon season is in full effect and the clouds each afternoon have been absolutely amazing. We have been working hard spending almost 16 hours a day in the field. We’ve been to Rocky Mountain National Park, Indian Peaks Wilderness, the mountains around Crested Butte, the Bisti Badlands, San Juan Mountains and Great Sand Dunes National Park. Tomorrow afternoon we need to be at Denver International Airport to pick up my client who is flying in from Virginia for a private workshop/tour in the San Juan Mountains and Great Sand Dunes National Park.

I will be writing a series of “Photo Journals” that will be posted on my new website when I return next week. The image above is from Great Sand Dunes National Park. Great Sand Dunes boosts the title of tallest dunes in the continental United States. We climbed almost 600 feet at an elevation of 8,600 feet to reach the dune crest for sunset. As you can see, the monsoon was in full effect providing some stunning light and cloud conditions.

Just a note, I still have spaces available for my Lotus Blooms and aquatic Gardens workshop next Monday, July 20th. Click here for more information.

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  1. Jul 15 2009

    Who’s Greta? She must have been damn important if they named the entire dunes after her.

    Sweet shot, though. Totally sweet. So good.

    Reply

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