Being thwarted by the rain from going bouldering, Rach, Jasper and I decided to go look at the land I tend to. This little trip was to see if she thought it was suitable for our wedding. After two nanoseconds, she knew it was perfect. So on our way home, being that it was close to sunset, I decided to take the long scenic route home.
Along the way, we came upon an old log cabin with a small thicket of cottonwoods. That was a terrific spot to shoot. So I snapped a couple then moved along. Next, we went to the top of Horsetooth Reservoir to take pictures and watch the remainder of the sunset. There, I captured my first 360 degree panorama, which should be up early next week. Finally, as I worked my way back to the car, the last little cloud in the sky decided he needed to lose some weight and began to rain. The light hit at just the right time. I feel like this cloud looks like a Portuguese Man of War, but maybe not.
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