Crazy lighting at sunset created magical colors on the sand dunes. I love the blending of alpine, high desert and dunes. This is one of the more unique places on the planet and desolate enough that it doesn’t get too many visitors ensuring that it will remain pristine.
On a trip to the Great Sand Dunes in Colorado’s San Luis Valley one March I set up camp, got a fire going and settled in for a relaxing evening of watching the sunset while drinking a couple of cold beers. The Great Sand Dunes, elevation 8,000 feet above sea level, have the tallest dunes … Continue reading
These were the prints left by me and my dog Tiva, (RIP) while exploring the Great Sand Dunes in Colorado three years ago. She was 10-years old, and you can see by the marks in the sand how she would drag her right rear foot when she started getting tired. If you look closely you … Continue reading
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