Drive by Shooting from here to Colorado
But where is here? Just happens to be where ever I am at the moment. It is a Friday morning around 6:30 am heading south on US-191 as if it matters. Being a time traveler with a camera. I can’t wait for our interplanetary or interdimensional travel to flow through the crack of what we believe to be reality. This short little three day drive series will start with what I call camera two. This adventure is no different then others, I am wearing fly fishing apparel for comfort and warmth. Its a cold snowy spring day and will be till I get to Colorado Sunday Morning.
Sunrise, snow capped wilderness mountains off tot he west
Changing Fields to mountains, following the yellow bricks down the highway. Wondering what ever happened to Dorothy?
Scenery rolls by out the jump seat window like frames of a film
How fast is 70 mph as you are staring out the window through a camera lense. Is it going by as fast as it looks? or is it just an Illusion?
Doing 3 frame burst just to see how far we move in a second
I just love a early dawn drive as the sun rises on the horizon to welcome the day
Golden Fields awaiting spring rains and winter’s melting snows as flora and fauna begin to sprout
Crazy Mountains are a stunning back drop this morning as adventure beings
Early Mornings on the road are always the best. Love this time of day before most of the world wakes and nature has sprung
Leaving High plains of the front range of the Northern Rocky Mountains to end up on the west slope of Colorado’s Rockies. Set my coffee down, only to be replaced with a camera on and at the ready. Set to shoot a group of drive by shootings out the window at 70 mph or what ever the law allows or not.
I do end up with a share of blurry ones, as well as some cool shot effects unintentionally, just universal consciousness having fun.
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