When Mary and I returned from South Fork, CO after a family reunion, we did a joint edit to delete duplicates and poor photos. Then we were left to our own devices to process. Herewith are two views of what we saw in our third (or fourth, I can’t remember) installment of “He saw…She saw.”
If you ever make it to Creede, CO, you have to visit this cemetery that has graves from the 1800’s and this old church (which has been refurbished to our chagrin).
Just outside of Creede, CO is the old Humphrey’ Mine. There is quite a bit to photograph here, but it is also old, falling apart, and dangerous.
Unfortunately, this area had a big fire a few months back known as the West Fork Complex fire, east of Pagosa Springs, CO. Mary and I went up to see the damage near the Rio Grande Reservoir.
Finally, we had a family fishing trip to Tucker Ponds. While everyone else fished, Mary and I scouted for flowers.
Photographing together is always rewarding. In the field, we ask each other for advice, share interesting compositions, and each indulge our different perspectives. When we get to editing and processing, the partnership continues. I do feel lucky that between the two us, we usually do not miss much when we are working together.
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