I have a trillion photos from Denver that I'm still editing almost 1 month later.
We went to Red Rocks Park and then took on a small hike up the geological overlook. The views were incredible and the weather was perfect.
I knew I'd get incredible landscape images here I was not disappointed. I really could have spent all day there taking pictures.
I have a new found appreciation for black and white landscape images after looking through The Portfolios of Ansel Adams.
Shooting in color sometimes I forget to appreciate the simplicity that is the picture without any distractions. Some images feel like they become even more intimate in black and white.
His work inspired me to shoot a little black and white of my own:
A weekend in Plumb Beach