Tuesday, November 21, 2006

Go With The Flow

Look closely to the left of the river, and you will notice rail road tracks. I guess if you follow the river, much of the rail bed work is done for you. Go with the flow!

Note, I think my son Tim may have taken this shot, as we were sharing his camera on a recent bike trip in Rabbit Valley. Biking with a Canon D60 is not recommended. I now have a Canon SD900 for these sorts of trips to avoid this confusion (seemed like a good excuse).

12 comments:

pennyblack said...

hi, i'm from Parker. do you know it? just a bit south of Denver. also lived in Boulder for five years.
yes, i just joined the ring. you mentioned updating your list. now i have a stupid question; how do you do that? if you could explain i'd be forever greatful.

Chris & Deb said...

your pictures are phenomenal! I've been trying to post comments for several days-without success. I love your site!

Chris & Deb said...

thanks for visiting my site. In response to your question, I was unable to view the Word Verification letters until yesterday....so never knew what letters to enter! Thankfully the problem appears to be a thing of the past.

Anonymous said...

Another beautiful landscape. Those photos are really making me want to change my travel plans and head somewhere scenic!

Anonymous said...

ohhhhhhhhhhhh this is a great shot. Love the vastness of the shot.

Anonymous said...

FABULEUX, on se croirait devant un poster. Je suis sous le charme.


FABULOUS, one would believe oneself in front of a poster. I am under the charm.

photowannabe said...

Bill, this is just lovely. Go with the flow is a good motto. I think I have to visit Colorado soon. You live in God's country.

Susan said...

Amazing! I will look on a map to see where (oh I forgot the name of your city) is located. This must have been taken in the western part of Colorado as it looks different from any part I've ever seen in real life...just beautiful! I left you a kudos on PDP.

I love Boulder and have visited several times (thought of moving there once actually), love Aspen (great skiing) and Denver is alright (though a little flat and brown). Everytime I consider whether I should relocate, Colorado always comes to mind as one of the few places in the U.S. I might like (and San Fran, NYC, possibly Chicago).

lynn said...

Lucky you. I dearly want a Canon..anything really! Great shots Bill or your son. Lovely colours.

Anonymous said...

What spectacular scenery - so different from Sydney too!!! I visited Grand Canyon many years ago (walked down to the very bottom and back up again in a day) - your photo reminds me of this. I love it.

Bill said...

All: Thanks so much for the comments.

Pennyblack: I hope you got the info I sent via email.

Victoria: THe only reason I can think of to visit someplace that is not senic is family, or perhaps history.

Photowannabe: Of that I have no doubt!
Susan: THis was taken basically on the Colorado Utah border just soutn of I70 , about 1 1/2 hours from Delta. Thks for the Kudos. I much prefer the western slope to any big city :)

Lynn: You can come visit ours, we have extras :)

Nathalie: I packed to Phantom Ranch in 79. The GC is a cool place. The canyons of this area are much smaller, but in many ways, just as scenic.

Anonymous said...

Wonderful photo! the view is amazing!!

ps . been trying to post a comment for 2 days