Tonight the clouds over Denver put on a wonderful show. I hope the stormy weather over Coors Field passes quickly and doesn’t effect the Colorado Rockies…they are doing so well!
Living in Colorado means living in a target rich environment. Yesterday I meet a fellow photographer who commented on how lucky we are to be able to travel in just about any direction and find interesting subjects to shoot.
Kissing Camels is a big deal down in Colorado Springs at the Garden of the Gods. The rock is huge and can be seen for miles around. Since the top of the formation looks like camels kissing therefore it’s name.
Colorado Springs is home to one of the most beautiful City Parks one could ever expect to find, The Garden of the Gods. This magnificent place was formed a few million years ago with red rocks jutting out of the ground. Combined with juniper trees, pine and many varieties of wildlife, the place is truly a wonderful garden bound delight everyone who visits.
My favorite time is just before the sun crests the horizon. Twilight is the time of the richest color. When the sun finally hits the red rocks they turn into a fiery blaze of color.