Category Archives: Colorado
San de Cristo Mountains Panorama View — Colorado Nature Art
A very large springtime nature landscape 15 portrait image panorama art print of the Colorado San de Cristo Mountains. Taken from the San Luis Valley. The San de Cristo Mountains are among some of the most dramatic peaks in Colorado, soaring up to 7000′ from the surrounding valleys with a minimum amount of foothills.…
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Easy Flowing — Colorado Nature Art
A very long daytime exposure image of easy flowing water from a slow start of melt off coming down the South St Vrain Creek from the Rocky Mountains Continental Divide Peaks above. You could spend a lifetime exploring these creeks. The best part is…. they are everywhere, so all you have to do is pull…
Colorado National Monument Evening Storms — Colorado Nature Art
It was pure magic at the Colorado National Monument up in the foothills of the western slope of the Colorado Rocky Mountains above Grand Junction. Such a beautiful area as the western desert meets the rocky mountains. Here is a scenic nature landscape view as the sun is setting and the evening storms are brewing.…
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Mighty Colorado Thunderhead
This mighty thunderhead caught my attention as it lit up when the sun start to set. Colorado thunderstorms pick up in the late afternoon almost everyday during summer monsoon season late July and August. A Big isolated giant thunderhead that boiled up at sunset and moved pretty quick. This was one of those such clouds you could see a lot of action going on very fast as it grew in size and headed out to the Colorado eastern plains. A time lapse short. A day in the life of a storm chaser. Music: Vindicated By Ethan Meixsell Photography by Bo Insogna http://ift.tt/18WljYi – For more please subscribe, follow and share. Very much appreciated!
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Blue Mesa Dillon Pinnacles
A scenic landscape view across the Blue Mesa Reservoir to the Dillion Pinnacles, Gunnison County, Colorado. Geologist believe the the story began about 65 million years ago when the surrounding landscape was slowly uplifted to form the Gunnison uplift and the Sawatch Range.
The origin of the pinnacles began about 30-35 million years ago during a period of considerable volcanic activity. Repeated eruptions built up mountainous piles of debris to form West Elk Mountain and San Juan Mountains to the south. Lava, mud flows and rocks from exploding volcanic cones began to for the breccia that makes up the Dillion Pinnacles,
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