Sunday, November 05, 2006

The Sun Was Low

You may have noticed that I can’t seem get enough of shooting “The Dobies”. The sun was low in the sky, and had I not stopped, I think my camera would have crawled out of its backpack all by its self. I’m glad I stopped, and hope you don’t tire of my fascination with this unique terrain.

13 comments:

Pierre said...

Oh what a light!
What a country you live in... Gonna come and backpack one of these days ;)

Bill said...

Let me know when you come, I know of lots of good places! My August 28th post is from one of my favorites!

Annie said...

What beauty. It's quite amazingly beautiful.

Mountainboy said...

That shot is worthy of a coffee table book - brilliant!

Ujima said...

Oh,how beautiful! I've been to Utah but never Colorado. It's on my list now!

Eric said...

And we hope you never get tired of shooting these fabulous places! Excellent!

Salty Dawg said...

Fantastic! The colors and contrast makes this unique terrain strikingly beautiful

Chad Oneil said...

Looks like an awesome place. I think about the glory of God when I see stuff like that.

Anonymous said...

I certainly don't get tired of it. My jaw dropped! What a light!

Lucy said...

Oh...this is so beautiful. I'm really glad you took the photo.

Anonymous said...

ohh my God..its a wonderful view. I can imagine myself sitting on the porch of a typical american wodden house with this view:)hehe..I am always dreaming

Anonymous said...

Wow and more wow! Thanks for the photos, we get to visit your country thru the your lenses.

Anonymous said...

This view it is, what also I would like to see. Wonderful !