Tag Archives: landscape photography

Billy visits Scotland – Way up on Nevis Range

The Nevis Range mountain gondola is the only one of it’s kind in Britain built on the north face of Aonach Mor which is the 8th highest mountain in Britain (1221 meters/4006 feet) located just outside of Fort William, Scotland.  … Continue reading

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Climbing the Rocks

Colorado residents, I discovered, are really into their outdoor exercises out there!  I saw so many people riding their bicycles almost everywhere, even in the Rocky Mountain National Park where it amazed me that they could do it at such … Continue reading

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Why Colorado?

Other than just getting into your vehicle and tossing a coin to determine which way to go, when deciding to go someplace there are usually reasons for the final destination and our trip to Colorado had a couple of reasons … Continue reading

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One reader almost got it!

One reader (Katie over at Kate’s Insights) guessed two states one of which is the correct one.  So let’s try this one more time shall we?  I know you can do it and let’s see who gets there first.  Sorry … Continue reading

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Bucket Listing

You may have noticed that I’ve been missing for a bit.  Well, that’s because we were busy scratching things off of our bucket list and did we ever scratch!  We’ve been to a state we’ve never been before, met relatives … Continue reading

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Pie

Located at the confluence of the Fremont River and Sulphur Creek is the settlement of Fruita, Utah.  Fruita was founded by a group of Mormons in 1880 and was abandoned in 1955 when the national park services purchased the town … Continue reading

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Monochrome Monday on State Route 24

State Route 24 in Utah will either take you to where you want to go in Capitol Reef National Park or it will lead you to a turnoff that will get you to your desired destination.  Now as we are … Continue reading

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