From the photographer: "Captured this image in December a couple of years ago as the sun was setting in the distance behind the Pulpit Rock landmark in Colorado where these hoodoos sit. I used my Nikon D750 with a 24-120mm f4 lens. Enjoy!"
Courtesy: Stefan Myers
Courtesy: Michael Ryno
Courtesy: Scott Wilson
Courtesy: Scott Wilson
Courtesy: Scott Wilson
Courtesy: Will Shieh
From the photographer: "Seasons change...some of my favorite moments are those when I'm out when nature is transitioning to the next chapter."
Courtesy: Chuck Mason
Courtesy: Bar Art Photographie
Courtesy: Doug Nowak
(Courtesy: Mike Berenson, Colorado Captures)
From the photographer: "Fall(s)....enjoying the beauty of fall in colorado in all of its forms."
Courtesy: Matthew McEwan Photography
From the photographer: "There's one word to sum up fall in Colorado: Stunning!"
From the photographer: "My favorite time of year to be basic in Colorado 👌. Let me know in the comments if you're out here being basic too!"
(Photo by Matthew McEwan)
Gorgeous sunset last night at Bear Lake with Hallett Peak in the background!
Photo: Jessie Johnson
From the photographer: "A little hint of Fall high above Bear Lake, Rocky Mountain National Park."
Photo: Mike Berenson, Colorado Captures
A gorgeous Fall scene shot from a mountain road. (Photo: @coloradoscoutii)
Photo: William Dayton Photography
From the photographer: "Beautiful display of Columbines below Fletcher Mountain."
(Photo: Mike Berenson, Colorado Captures)
From the photographer: "I was really excited when [my friends] agreed to help me realize a vision I had - to climb a iconic route in Rocky Mountain National Park during this weekend meteor shower. It came together better then expected."
From the photographer: "It's fascinating to go somewhere where you're away from everything. There are no houses, no buildings, no roads, no people."
From the photographer: "Large sunflowers are sooooooooo yesterday. The smaller prairie sunflower is the cat's meow and new trend! Enjoy!!"
(Courtesy: Mike Berenson, Colorado Captures) "Last Light on Mount Crested Butte"
From the photographer: "Even with no moon in the sky last night, the lights of Denver illuminated the slopes of the mountainside, providing just enough light for the foreground while being at 11,500'"
From the photographer: "@colopho showed me one of his favorite spots for Columbines. We got here just in time as we caught the beautiful light filtered through the Aspen trees at sunrise."
Downtown Denver cityscape at night. (Photo: Scott Wilson, WilsonAxpe Photography)
From the photographer: "'At the time I took this image a few evenings ago I was struck by the beauty of the evening. A slight breeze and several species of birds singing only added to the calming chorus in glacier gorge that evening."
From the photographer: "If you do visit sunflower fields in your area, please respect the land and the owners. Many crops are becoming damaged by people who seek out these wonderful fields. Other than that, please enjoy!"
Wildflowers over Missouri Lakes, Holy Cross Wilderness.
From the photographer: "Elbert County sunrise over a 1800's homestead and mill."
From the photographer: "This is Pulpit Rock near Colorado Springs, which is an open space area that is within the city limits. The rock face is very slightly illuminated from the the lights of the city, so you might see some details."
From the photographer: "Old mid-1800s Home in Elbert County Meets its old friend the Milky Way."
From the photographer: "Milky Way stars over the Crest House on top of Mount Evans, west of Denver, Colorado."
From the photographer: "High mountain waterfall on Schoffield Pass near Marble, Colorado."
From the photographer: "Wildflowers and clear blue water in Ice Lake Basin near Silverton, Colorado."
From the photographer: "During a very early morning hike on The Glacier Gorge Trail, I stopped to get a photo of The Milky Way."
From the photographer: "Mother Nature showing some dark skies for a crazy stormset last night."
From the photographer: "Took those pictures this evening while visiting Piney Lake with the kids today."
From the photographer: "I was probably 6 miles away from the fire but you could see individual trees light up and burn over the course of the night. It's both beautiful and tragic. Shot on a Canon 6D with a Rokinon 14mm. ISO 800, 20 seconds, f/2.8."
From the photographer: "A sunset photo taken along Trail Ridge Road in Rocky Mountain National Park."
From the photographer: "The views in Westminster are underappreciated."
From the photographer: "I considered photoshopping some yellow aspen so the scene would have everything I love about the mountains, but in the end I decided to just keep trying to find it... I'm starting to feel giddy about getting down here again!"
From the photographer: "Meyer–Womble Observatory on Mt. Evans last night, with the beautiful milky way and the Denver city glow in the background."
From the photographer: "This image was captured in March while the reservoir was still iced over, and the moon and clouds were obscuring the Milky Way. However, I do love how the cool night sky blends in with the warmer tones clouds and foreground."