Here is a photo from Rocky Mountain National Park that I have never been able to figure out what to do with. The greens in the photo is kind of unusual for the park. I think the light is kind of interesting and I like the clouds. The photo breaks the photographic rule of thirds. But I like it. I still think this could be a special photo if I figure out the proper way to print it and tweak the post processing. It does look a lot better when you see it big such as ten and a half by sixteen. Also it is a lot sharper than what is appearing on the blog. Still have to figure out the proper sharpening for this blog. I hope you like it. – CG
Iron Creek Iron Creek in South Dakota. It is well worth the time to get off interstate ninety and take a leisurely drive by Iron Creek and to check out the various waterfalls and rock formations. Anytime of the year in this area of South Dakota it is beautiful.
Roughlock Falls with cascades
A part of Roughlock Falls Roughlock Falls in South Dakota just south of Spearfish, South Dakota.
Since we have moved to Wyoming every fall my wife (April) and I take time to drive down to Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado. She has fallen in love with the park and her favorite time to visit is in the fall. Here are a few examples of why she has become so enamored with the park. Next fall we are going to spend more than a day or two at the park so I can finally really capture the beauty of the season in the park. Till then I hope you enjoy these three photos. When time permits I will upload more. April, this is for you.- CG
Shell Falls is one of my favorite waterfalls in Wyoming. I captured this photo last weekend while I was trekking around the Big Horn Mountains. Since tourist season is basically over with for the most part during my trek I was alone. The solitude had a humbling effect upon me. Sometimes you look around at nature and you realize just how small you are in comparison. – CG