The plans are made for my Autumn 2018 road trip. I’ll be heading out to the San Juan Mountains this year during the last week of September with my good friend Jonathan Steele.
In a perfect world the weather will throw everything at us. I don’t really look for perfect blue skies and sunny days. I like drama in my scenes. A little mud doesn’t hurt either.
This photo was taken on Kebler Pass a few years ago on a road trip with my good friend Merlin Peck. It’s having those things to look forward to that make life worth living.
For me, landscape photography sells almost 2:1 better than wildlife. My most popular theme is Autumn photography in Colorado.
Sometimes I take the scenic beauty in Colorado for granted. I’ve been doing this for long enough, going to my normal haunts around the state begin to feel redundant.
What I’ve discovered is to not concentrate on the iconic locations and scenes, photographed by thousands, over and over.
These days I spend more time looking for scenery in the nooks and crannies along the back roads. Areas that one doesn’t normally associate with group workshops and camera club outings.
I don’t recall ever seeing a photograph of this location, though the area is heavily covered by shutterbugs.
The best days are when you find small surprises.