Colorado has more scenery than simply the Rocky Mountains. There are hills and plains, canyons and tundra, urban and agricultural. This scene was near Noel, Colorado, about halfway between Placerville and Ridgway on the Western Slope.
Whenever I am viewing my Colorado photos, my eyes are always drawn to this pic, even though it's not spectacular by Centennial State standards. That's probably because of the horizontal symmetry of the ranch's wood rail fence and grassy field contrasted with the vertical reach of the trees on the top of the hill. Or maybe it's just a pretty scene...
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Jack Huber has taken tens of thousands of photographs around the country and in his foreign travels.