Shooting in Cheyenne Canyon

At 6000′ (or more) of elevation, Colorado Springs is closer to a desert than it is to the Pacific Northwest.  But after a good rain, if you visit North Cheyenne Canyon, you can get some shots that are pretty amazing if the weather is right.  By “right,” I mean gloomy, rainy, overcast weather.  These conditions are usually pretty rare here, but every now and then you get lucky.  I shot in Cheyenne Canyon a few weeks ago while leading a workshop on landscape photography; here are some of my shots (Click to see a larger image).  If you go, hope for an overcast day, and bring your polarizing filter!

Helen Hunt Falls
Flowing stream

Branch and stream

Wild rose blossom
Mule Deer

Thanks for looking!

-Jason

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