Glancing Backward (clouds Summer agriculture mountains trees water ). Photo by ColoradoKat

Glancing Backward

Uploaded by: ColoradoKat

Saturday August 24, 2013

Hotchkiss, CO (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: I was pulling off the road into a wide pullout. I had remembered I didn't turn on my cell phone, so I pulled it out of my purse as I was pulling off the road. I try to not multitask while driving, but I did, and I dropped the phone between the seats and couldn't reach it. I stopped in the pull-out to retrieve it and could look back at Hotchkiss, which I had just left, heading back to Denver. This is taken from a few miles East of town, looking West...everything seems to point to Hothkiss.

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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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