The GPTA is pleased to announce our June Photo Gallery which features the delights of eastern Colorado. It goes without saying that the common perception of Colorado involves snow capped mountains, but lying to the east of the Front Range is a full 1/3 of the state that quietly exists in the literal and perceptual shadow of its big brothers to the west. But as you will see in the gallery, the eastern plains of Colorado are not without charms of their own. I will leave you with a quote from author Pete Dunne as well as the link to the Flickr Gallery below.
As always . . . Enjoy!
“When Linda and I had planned our travels, we had allocated ten days for Colorado – five to be spent in the grasslands and five in the Rocky Mountains. The fact of it was that we spent nine days in the grasslands and one day in the Rocky Mountains. If this does not attest to the magic of the high prairies, I can’t imagine what does.” – Pete Dunne