Fine Art Images from the American Southwest

Blanca Massif, Massif Of Hay Bales

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Blanca massif, and a massif of hay bales. Blanca Peak is the fourth highest summit in the US Rocky Mountains. On a clear day it can be seen from areas around Taos some 100 miles to the south. The massif dominates the central and southern San Luis Valley. Heading up this way again tomorrow on a photo tour/workshop. The weather should be perfect for photography. Thanks for looking. G

Blanca Massif, Massif Of Hay Bales

Blanca Massif Southern Colorado

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Blanca Peak Massif, with lenticular clouds in the San Luis Valley of southern Colorado. The day of the winter solstice yielded some incredible imagery over the six hours we toured around the valley on the border of New Mexico and Colorado. We spent ninety precent of the time on nothing but dirt roads. It’s amazing what one finds off the beaten path. Thanks for looking. G

Blanca Peak Massif Southern Colorado

Blanca Peak, Colorado

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Blanca Peak Range in the Rocky Mountains. These mountain peaks dominate the San Luis Valley in southern Colorado and can be seen from the Rio Grande Gorge bridge on a clear day, about 75 miles to the south. I made this image on a trip to San Luis and Fort Garland yesterday after the heavy overnight snowfall. Thanks for looking.