In the Northern Colorado Rockies runs a river through the famously-winding Poudre Canyon that stretches east from near the Continental Divide. This river truly has four seasons and is subject to widespread flooding in the spring, swift and calm rafting flows in the summer and fall, and frozen areas in the cold winter. This is my favorite photo of the "Cache la Poudre River" -- I could stare at it for hours.
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Jack Huber has taken tens of thousands of photographs around the country and in his foreign travels.