Changing Terrain (Spring mountains trees ). Photo by ColoradoKat

Changing Terrain

Uploaded by: ColoradoKat

Tuesday May 14, 2013

Delta, CO (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: So, sine the Escalante Wildlife Area Was closed, we kept going, slowly climbing in elevation, going to see Escalante Canyon, which I had never seen. That was a good decision...and maybe not the best decision, as you will hear about in later pix in this series. At any rate, the land grew rockier, with less vegetation. Here is a view across some of the rocky land to Adobe Buttes and Grand Mesa. The flat rocky part is really quite a distance from the Dobies and mesas beyond.

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ColoradoKat

I am SO SAD that WU is getting rid of the photography section. This has been the most wonderful outlet for me and my photography and I have met so many awesome people and seen photography that has been amazing on so many levels, because of WU. Thank you for the opportunities you gave us with your site. Man, I will really, really miss this. :-(

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