I thought I’d put up one of my favorite landscape shots today. Taken on an Autumn photography trip with my dear friend Merlin Peck. Autumn interrupted by Winter on Kebler Pass near Crested Butte, Colorado.
One of my continuous photographic endeavors is to steadily increase my stock photography catalog.
For the entire months of February and March to date, this has been my hottest stock image.
This photo of “The Dallas Divide” in the San Juan Mountains was taken last Autumn on one of my photo tours using the Nikon D7200 and the 18-140mm VR kit lens. It’s a great portable camera kit and is capable of taking outstanding landscapes.
The real trick I suppose, is to keep taking photos of everything you see. Those photos can be converted to cash. Photography is a business too.
Ridgway is normally where I work from when doing Autumn photography in the San Juan Mountains. It provides good access to The Million Dollar Highway, the Dallas Divide and Last Dollar Road area. There’s a good pizza joint in Ridgway too.