Category Archives: Sand Dunes
Scenic nighttime time lapse view of the stars above the Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve lit up by moon light and also some skies of the San Luis Valley and Bonanza. Nature and art come to life. Watch closely for some dune climbers in the night. Wait for the San Luis…
Colorado Great Sand Dunes And Snow Covered Peaks With Early Morning Light Panorama — Colorado Nature Art
After a late night of shooting the dunes for a time lapse video and some great astrophotography stills we caught the sunrise as the sun hit the landscape. This was right after sunrise, an early morning scenic panorama view of The Colorado Great Sand Dunes against snow cover Rocky Mountain Peaks as a backdrop.…
Early morning monochrome scenic panorama view of The Great Sand Dunes National Park against snow cover Colorado Rocky Mountains Sangre de Cristo Peaks as a backdrop. Colorado’s sand box that is fun to play in. No cats allowed. People ride the dunes with skies, snowboards and sleds. You can also get lost in the…
This is a very large eighteen image black and white panorama view of Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve. Black and white has always been my favorite so when it seems fitting, I do a color and black and white version. This image can be printed up to seven feet long.
This is a scenic landscape view of the plains meeting the dunes and the snow covered springtime Colorado Rocky Mountains. Park elevations range from 7,515 feet to 13,604 feet above sea level. In the summer, the sand surface can reach 150°F
Colorado black and white monochrome fine art nature landscape photography and stock images by James Bo Insogna (C) – All Rights Reserved.
This is a very large nine image black and white panorama view of Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve. Scenic landscape of the plains meeting the dunes and the sow covered springtime Colorado Rocky Mountains.
Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve is a United States National Park located in the San Luis Valley, in the easternmost parts of Alamosa County and Saguache County, Colorado on the front range of the Rocky Mountains.
The Great Sand Dunes and Sangre de Cristo Mountains as a black and white fine art photography Panorama.
The dunes were formed from sand and soil deposits of the Rio Grande and its tributaries, flowing through the San Luis Valley. Over the ages, westerly winds picked up sand particles from the river flood plain. As the wind lost power before crossing the Sangre de Cristo Range, the sand was deposited on the east edge of the valley. This process continues, and the dunes are slowly growing. The wind changes the shape of the dunes daily.