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Independence Pass

In landscape by Robert Lussier2 Comments

We passed through Independence Pass in mid to late afternoon on the first day of Colorado Fall Color Tour. This wasn’t an official stop on the tour but the scene was too good to pass up. The whole scene was gorgeous, but clouds over the mountains made it for me. I posted another shot of …

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Wilson Mesa Dawn in Black and White

In landscape by Robert Lussier1 Comment

I know I’ve posted at least one image of Wilson Mesa here before, but I loved the location so much, here is another one. This was taken at dawn the morning after a great sunset. While there were no clouds in the sky to give us the drama we would have liked, the topography leant …

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Imogene Pass: Descent

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Imogene Pass is the notoriously treacherous mountain road (high clearance 4X4 vehicles only, please) that connects the towns of Ouray and Telluride Colorado. It was where we spent most of our Friday on the Colorado Fall Color Tour in September. The road covers about 17 miles in distance but has an elevation gain of about …

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Independence Pass

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A quick post today … This is Independence Pass just outside of Leadville, Colorado. It was shot on the first day of Rick Louie’s Colorado Fall Color Tour — one of many stops on the long, gorgeous drive from Denver to Aspen. The view from here reassured me that I had, indeed, made the right …

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Daybreak

In landscape by Robert Lussier1 Comment

First of all, a belated Happy Thanksgiving to everyone! Life has been a bit crazy of late, crushing my motivation to consistently get blog posts out. It’s not that I don’t have the material. September’s Colorado trip alone has yielded a solid batch of images that I want to share here, including of course, this …

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Last Dollar Ranch

In landscape, Uncategorized by Robert Lussier1 Comment

Picking a favorite image from the Colorado Fall Color Tour is tough, but this one ranks up there. It was shot at the end of a very long Friday that found us shooting sunrise at Mt Wilson and driving up and over Imogene Pass (at 13,000 feet above sea level). On the way back to …