Colorado Autumn 2015 – II

[Categories: Photography, Travel, Travel photography, Photography 101 Forever]

Meadow Creek Trail, Summit County:

(The first 3 photos in Colorado Autumn 2015 – I are on the Meadow Creek Trail also.)

Although this trailhead is right next to Interstate 70 at the east Frisco exit you quickly leave all noise behind as you climb higher.  What a relief.



The top and south side of Boreas Pass, Summit and Park Counties:

(Click on a photo to enlarge it.  Scroll down the enlargement and click “View Full Size” to enlarge again.)


About JohnRH

Retired, avid winter skier, avid reader, traveler (avidly). :)
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11 Responses to Colorado Autumn 2015 – II

  1. cindy knoke says:

    All of the photos capture the incredible beauty. Kudos~


  2. Wow. Pretty. Fall hasn’t found us out West yet.


  3. frankiekay says:

    These are lovely photographs – reminds me of places here in Africa (esp the dirt road. Do you call them dirt, or dust, or gravel??)


    • JohnRH says:

      ‘Generally’ we call them dirt roads. The section pictured here is well maintained, probably graded regularly with gravel packed on top. We do have gravel roads. When this road proceeds over the pass it is on reclaimed railroad bed, considerably less maintained, and very rocky and pot-holed. This doesn’t prevent human beans from driving regular 2-wheel drive sedans over it. Still it was a rough ride even in my Jeep.

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  4. Leighton Dorey says:

    Wonderful Colors

    We have more shades of grey tho — 🙂


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