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Rocky Mountain National

We took a trail to Emerald Lake in Rocky Mountain National Park. We got to stop along the way to capture some really nice stuff along the trail. I feel that most people just use the trail and not truly appreciate it. The views around and the point of interest stops are definitely the prime to photograph but I couldn’t help but really enjoy the hike on the trail itself. I did have moments of misery due to the altitude and somehow always forgetting to bring more water. Aside from that, this is the most I may have ever hiked so there was a sense of pride. A lot of funny things happened too making for a great story. You get to see the point of interests and the funny stories later. For now, we walk and take a moment to notice the trails.

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Colorado Feels

So far I found I have three favored states. No, sorry Kentucky Home, you’re further down the list. My top three are California (duh), Arizona and Colorado. Im going to go into Colorado one this one – maybe later Ill reflect on the other states with earlier photos. So this state is a “can’t miss” everything has this beauty and freshness to it. In this time of my life that was felt very deep. There are two images that I took when I felt connected. These are those “look back to remember” type of photos.
The bench and the place weren’t special but the people were. I have not been able to get around how cruel the world is being and kindness is rare for to me see. My car battery dies…again… and we wait for someone to help. Couple went to this park to talk their walk and helped us as a pass by. Its not just the help that was great, it was the small talk, the sharing of sites, and the advice given.
I will never remember their names but that feeling is there for a long time. This gave inspiration to take the advice for a walk where I captured this photo.
Now the shorter story is this school. Something about being at the bottom of the mountains, in tall grass as it sways in the storm. It was broken, dark and powerful..but mostly beautiful. I have that side of me that loves this mixture of words and how they feel all at once. I hope you can imagine it now because it was wonderful. You can’t miss in Colorado with photos or feels.

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