Doug Beezley Photography | A "Fab Four" Fall - Colorado 2018

Fall photo shoots in Colorado are a semi-annual event for me and even though I've done this innumerable times it never gets old.

More often than not, I've been a solitary photographer wandering through locations such as Rocky Mountain National Park, the Elk Mountains, West Elk Mountains along with locations surrounding Crested Butte such as the East River Valley, Brush Creek Road, Kebler and Ohio Passes and finally the San Juan Mountains and all the county roads that are passable. On occasion, I've had a friend with me and several times, several friends. This particular journey included four friends from Michigan who, while having their own distinct personalities, are collectively known to me as "The Fab Four". Follow our journey that started in the Aspen area, proceeded to Marble and Crystal Mill and then to the Crested Butte area. Finishing our itinerary was a journey through the Cimarron River Valley and the San Juans including various county roads, the Million Dollar Highway and Last Dollar Road.
Beautiful Light on The Dyke
Color Line
Our Job Here Is Finished...
Anthracite Moon
"She's Got the Whole World in Her Hands"
Ohio Pass Road
Framed Anthracites
Beaver Lake & Big Mesa
The Fence
Big Mesa
Sue and Turret Ridge
The "Silverjack Four"
Big Mesa Color
Chimney Rock Above Kate's Meadow
Chimney Rock & Courthouse Mountain
Evening Glow
The "Glow"
Chimney Twilight
San Juan Overlook
County 5
Sneffels Range in the Clouds
Last Dollar Red & Orange
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