If you have been a long time reader of this blog, you know I love architecture, so even though the Mandy Lea photography workshop was primarily waterfalls and wild flowers, I was happy we had part of a day shooting at the ghost town of Animas Forks, outside of Silverton Colorado. Like most of the … Continue reading Animas Forks Colorado Ghost Town
Fastest Route To Colorado and Blog Posts Improvements
I will start with the fact that I had every intention of keeping up with blog posts on the road, but the reason I didn't is actually a good thing. Traveling and working has been a great experience and I am increasingly happy that I get this opportunity. That being said, I did stay very … Continue reading Fastest Route To Colorado and Blog Posts Improvements
Colorado Springs and the Stormy Garden of the Gods
On our most recent road trip we made a stop on the way home in Colorado Springs. This town holds a significance in my family because it is where my mom spent part of her childhood while my grandfather was attending the Nazarene Bible College. It is also my reference for Colorado because it's where … Continue reading Colorado Springs and the Stormy Garden of the Gods
Colorado Rocky Mountain 8,160 Feet High
On our recent road trip we got to spend 5 days in the Rocky Mountains. We stayed at the Moraine Campground in the Rocky Mountain National Park, which is in the Estes Park area, at 8,160 feet. Of all the places we have been, this campground is at the top of the list of places … Continue reading Colorado Rocky Mountain 8,160 Feet High
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