Friday, June 23, 2017

Flying into Baltimore

Early morning flight into Baltimore, on the way to Denver

Driving South from Estes Park along Colorado State Route 7

The eastern slope of Longs Peak - 14,259 feet to the top!

Drove around a bend in the road and came upon this little chapel, seemingly in the middle of nowhere.  St. Catherine of Siena Chapel, also known as the Chapel on the Rock.  It was built in the 1930's and was visited by Pope John Paul II in 1993.  Currently it is in the midst of a major renovation after a 100 years flood destroyed the natural terrain around it in 2013.  The chapel itself was left untouched, but because of the renovations we were unable to go inside it.

A statue of Jesus stands on a hill overlooking St. Catherine of Siena Chapel.
The right side of the photo shows a good view of the erosion of the terrain caused by the flood in 2013.

Evergreen CO

Evergreen Lake

Up around the bend is...

Another attempt (see below) to blur the motion of the water without a tripod.  This time the water coming down the lake's spillway turned out a little better.


The Rockies from downtown Breckenridge.  You can see some of the ski slopes in the lower left.

The Blue River runs right through downtown Breckenridge.  

I tried to take a long exposure, to blur the motion of the water, but didn't have a tripod with me

Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Images of Clear Creek between Silver Plume and Georgetown, Colorado

Snow Melt from Mount Evans keeps the creek cold, and running fast

Riding the Georgetown Loop Railroad

Engine 111 was built in 1926 and originally pulled rail cars in El Salvador

Crossing the Devil's Gate Trestle - 100 feet above Clear Creek

The Devil's Gate Trestle - 100 feet above Clear Creek

Red Rocks Amphitheater - Part 1

Driving into Red Rocks

Driving into Red Rocks

The View from the Parking Lot

Another View from the Parking Lot

Looking Southeast

Another view from the Parking Lot

The Ramp up to the Amphitheater

Red Rocks Amphitheater - Part 2

The Crowd Starts to Gather

Waiting for the Show to Start


The Lights of Denver in the Distance

The Rocks are Almost as Good as the Show

The Crowd is in to It

Tuesday, June 20, 2017

The Estes Park Aerial Tram

Rode the tram up to the top of Prospect Mountain for some great views of Estes Park and the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains.

Colorado Panoramas

A cool cloud over Silver Plume, Colorado

The Continental Divide from Loveland Pass (11,990 feet)

The view from the top of Prospect Mountain in Estes Park

Panoramas from the Red Rocks Amphitheater

Red Rocks - Looking Southeast

Red Rocks - Looking South

Waiting for the show

Red Rocks at Night

Monday, June 5, 2017

Leaving Kansas City - October 2016

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