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WE35: Imogene Pass

In Colorado, landscape, Uncategorized by Robert Lussier4 Comments

The most memorable day of the Colorado Fall Color Tour for me was the day we took on Imogene Pass, the 17 mile unpaved road connecting the mountain towns of Telluride and Ouray, Colorado. Accessible only to high clearance 4 wheel drive vehicles and climbing to over 13,000 ft. in elevation, Imogene Pass is no Sunday drive. It is a ...
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Maroon Bells

In Colorado, landscape by Robert Lussier1 Comment

I spent most of last week in Colorado with my good friend, Rick Louie and his Colorado Fall Color Tour. It was an intensive, exhausting and glorious experience from which I am still recovering. The tour started with a drive from Denver to Aspen on Wednesday. After a fantastic dawn shoot at Maroon Bells, The Tour continued to the Telluride ...
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DC Dawn

In Cityscape, Olympus OM-D, Washington DC by Robert Lussier0 Comments

From the hotel I stayed at on my recent trip to DC, the walk to the Marine (Iwo Jima) Memorial is about 10 minutes. So it would have been a crime if I didn't make the effort to get up early to shoot the dawn at least once while I was there. So here is — Dawn breaking over Washington ...

Photo Frontier Lightroom Presets

In Cityscape, Travel by Robert Lussier1 Comment

My friends at The Photo Frontier put together a fantastic collection of presets for Lightroom. Retro looks from decades past, presets inspired by movies, fashion and portraits presets, presets for B&W and much more can be purchased in the Ultimate Collection (which I picked up earlier this week) or individually. I thought this image of the US Capital Dome wrapped in scaffolding for ...

Team Chris Weekend: Part 1

In Olympus OM-D, Washington DC by Robert Lussier0 Comments

I'm back from my annual trip to Washington DC and I am overloaded with emotion, memories and (of course) images. The reason for the trip was to run the Marine Corps Marathon to raise money for the CPL Christopher G. Scherer Semper Fi Fund (Team Chris), an organization founded by the family of CPL Scherer, USMC, who was killed in ...

Rocky Mountain High

In Colorado, landscape by Robert Lussier0 Comments

It's funny how you can sometimes see an image and not "see" it. This image was shot in the spring of 2013 on my NXNW photography trip to Moab, Utah. The group of us stopped at a scenic overlook in Colorado to shoot the mountains. I don't recall the exact Pass we were going through, but I'm sure my friends ...

A Wall at the Cliffs

In Travel, Uncategorized by Robert Lussier0 Comments

I grabbed this shot the day my family and I were wandering around the Cliffs of Moher on the west coast of Ireland back in 2007. Yes, the cliffs were gorgeous and I did get my share of shots. But I also wandered around the perimeter of the park to explore the countryside a bit. This stone wall caught my ...

Flatirons Again

In Colorado, landscape by Robert Lussier0 Comments

Here is another take on the Flatirons shrouded in clouds. Unlike the one I posted the other day, this one has never seen the light of day. I overlooked it initially and never gave it a second thought.


In Colorado by Robert Lussier0 Comments

Here is a reprocessed version of an older image.  These are the Flatirons in Boulder, Colorado. I shot the image about 5 years ago when I was there to run the Bolder Boulder 10K — the biggest Memorial Day Race in the country. It features an incredible post-race Memorial Day tribute.