Road trip to Telluride – 2015

I always feel funny sharing vacation photos. Who really wants to view another person’s vacation, espesially if they are sharing 1000 images — I didn’t shoot 1000 images, luckily. Although, I have edited down the images, it is still a photo heavy post.

 

Here are the images that show the essence of our trip.

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san francisco lifestyle photographer

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san francisco lifestyle photographer

san francisco lifestyle photographer

san francisco lifestyle photographer

san francisco lifestyle photographer

san francisco lifestyle photographer

san francisco lifestyle photographer

san francisco lifestyle photographer

san francisco lifestyle photographer

san francisco lifestyle photographer

san francisco lifestyle photographer

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Nikon F100 | Fuji Superia X-TRA 400

 

 

 

4 Comments

  • I want to view another person’s vacation! Especially if it’s as beautifully documented as yours always are.

  • I would love to view another person’s vacation. You shoot beautiful photos and I enjoy looking at all of them–vacation or not. These photos makes me wanna grab my camera, go out and photograph. It also makes me wanna to travel somewhere I haven’t been before. Thanks for sharing your vaca with us 🙂

  • The less-traveled roads, like what you take, is the best way to see America versus the interstate. Glad you were able to enjoy Colorado without fire and smoke. It’s been a semi-rainy summer for us, at least by Colorado standards, which I’ve enjoyed very much.

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