Landscape and Panoramic Photography

Mt Garfield

The Book Cliffs and Mt Garfield watch over the Colorado River as it exits the mountains near Grand Junction, Colorado, and these cliffs always catch my eye when I drive down I-70 towards Utah. Unfortunately, I am usually trying to get somewhere else and choose not to stop in Palisade to photograph the sandstone formation. This year, I stopped for a few minutes (the clouds provided a nice backdrop, so it was hard to resist) and took a few panoramas and long-exposure single-frame photographs of Mt Garfield.

MtGarfieldStreamCloudsMt Garfield and Passing Clouds, near Grand Junction, CO (12″x18″)

MtGarfieldFrontageRoadPanoMt Garfield and Frontage Road, near Grand Junction, CO (16″x48″)

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4 responses

  1. Very Nice!

    July 6, 2014 at 09:19

  2. Quite impressive! 😀 The panoramic one is simply amazing!

    July 7, 2014 at 15:11

    • Thanks for the comment. The dirt road and clouds seemed to just fit- they nicely framed the mountain in the panorama.

      August 14, 2014 at 08:06

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