Fine Art Images from the American Southwest

Blanca Peak Massif, Colorado

Road trip to Alamosa for covid shots. No matter the reason for the trip, there’s always something to see. On this occasion a very large storm cell moving through the Central San Luis Valley carrying spitting kernels of snow. Standing up in the bed of the truck was stinging but exhilarating, to say the least. It didn’t stop me. We stopped into other locations as well for the black and white below. There are 14,000 ft peaks in this range behind those clouds.

Blanca Peak Massif, highway 160 Colorado
Storm cell, Blanca Peak Massif, and Highway 160, Colorado.

Storm cell San Luis Valley, Colorado
Storm cell over Blanca Peak, San Luis Valley, Colorado.

Following are a few pictures from one of the five photo tours/workshops during the last month. I’m booking tours/workshops from June through the rest of the year and beyond. Let me know if you want to join me on the road in northern New Mexico and southern Colorado.

Rust Paint Patina
Rust, Paint, Patina on a farm tractor in Jaroso, Colorado.

Combination mail boxes, Jaroso
Combination mail boxes with Eagle in the Jaroso, post office, Colorado.

Garcia Colorado photo tour/workshop
Working the ruins in Garcia, Colorado on a photo tour/workshop.

Thanks for looking. Stay healthy. See you next week. G

7 thoughts on “Blanca Peak Massif, Colorado”

  1. Those storm images are really won. What a spectacular sky.
    I love the idea of snow pellets stinging my skin.
    Carry on!!

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  2. Those storm images are really wonderful. What a spectacular sky.
    I love the idea of snow pellets stinging my skin.
    Carry on!!

    Reply
  3. Liked the high way with cloud and the rust looked like an underwater scene
    Thanks.
    Been using some of your dads photos to encourage others.
    Made some into Easter cards. whilst looking through I get the enjoyment . Alison

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