Though I’m writing here at the end of the second week of school, I’m looking back at the end of the first week. I was able to go on a short hike to Blue Pool. The photo opportunities were plentiful and I experimented with my camera and Photoshop.
The hike was a really nice wind down from the first week of classes. My classes are great so far and my schedule is a lot less stressful than this past term. I’m looking forward to learning more this term and developing my PR communication skills.
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Feature Photo courtesy of Damon Holland Photography.
In-text photos are original.
It’s been a couple weeks since I’ve been out on the trail, but today I got to go into Rocky Moutain National Park and hike the 7.5-mile loop from the Green Mountain trailhead.
My favorite part about this hike is Big Meadows which is only 1.8 miles down the trail.
I also got to see a beautiful doe along the trail that was very calm and patient while I took a picture of her.
I was able to snag a friend and continue my summer hiking goal and headed up to Columbine Lake yesterday. The weather was perfect, the trail was beautiful and the company was great.
Of course, I brought my camera along with me and snapped a couple photos along the way. The moose were a bonus.
I took a solo journey up to Devil’s Thumb on July 6th. It was amazing but challenging four-hour hike where I was able to take some wonderful pictures. Living in the Rocky Mountains is a blessing and every chance I get I like to hike and take in the beauty around me in Grand County.
Here are some of the photos I was able to take. The wildflowers were in full bloom and scattered down the trail. Plus the view from the top was pretty cool.