The Colorado Permanent Drought

I took some pictures today of the Colorado Permanent Drought, and how it is affecting wildlife.

  

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9 Responses to The Colorado Permanent Drought

  1. gregole says:

    Stunning shots. I can’t stop looking. Oh, and that nasty drought looks like it’s working itself out.

  2. gator69 says:

    Love the water falls! I used to hike with a heavy Bogen tripod in order to get amazing long exposure shots of back country water using ISO 50 film. It nearly killed me more than once, but I wouldn’t change a thing, except to have had more film and more time. That tripod was one of the best investments I ever made, you could dial in the perfect framing while placing your full weight over the side of the Grand Canyon (OK, not actually recommended by Bogen), and then club a Grizzly to death on the way home. Good times…

  3. R. Shearer says:

    Were those taken from upper Boulder Canyon, Jamestown? The one with the yellow flower and rusted spike has a lot going on. Was it in a pile of tailings from a fluorspar mine?

  4. Glenn says:

    Great pics !! I grew up in that area and really miss it !! What ever happened to that weather station data program you used to have ??

  5. jst1 says:

    #5 is a wonderful abstract.

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