When I got home from my trip to Crested Butte in January, I knew I wanted to get my family out there for a visit to see if they liked the area as much as I did. This past weekend was that opportunity. And while most of my time was spent relaxing with them, I managed to sneak in a few outings to shoot some pictures.
Whetsone Mountain from the north shore of a frozen Nicholson Lake looked stunning under its blanket of fresh snow.
Red Lady (I believe) shrouded in clouds with the Slate River running through the foreground.
I'm so entranced by the amount of beauty you can easily see in such a small area. And I'm equally intrigued by how it feels like there are truly unbelievable scenes to be found with a little effort and time. Time and effort I am very much looking forward to investing. :)