I think the jig is up, Mr. Selfish. People know about Fort Collins. I'm not from Colorado, but I go to school here. And I have to say, never have I been somewhere with people who are so entitled about the state in which they were born belonging to them, and only them.
Don't downvote OP's beautiful photography just because you can't be an adult about expansion and development. In addition, OP isn't doing nearly as much to ruin "your" land as National Geographic, The LA Times, and Forbes who have all included Fort Collins as one of the happiest cities in the United States.
Obviously they forgot to ask your opinion before publishing.
Saw that tonight. Real nice!
The sunsets lately have been ridiculous :)
Have a downvote yourself, mate. You don't get to decide how big your town gets. I'm happy to see my hometown growing from the ~20,000 it once was.
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Beautiful photo! If you don't mind could you share the specs of this photo?
Just couldn’t resist telling me you drive a Prius
Like vegans and crossfit, Prius owners have to let us know they own one. 😂
Of course you "slept" in your "prius". Couldn't have "died" in your "car"?
Not worth a night in a Prius.
I am 81% confident this is a picture of:
a canyon with a mountain in the background
I AM A BOT PLEASE UPVOTE IF I'M RIGHT SO I CAN LEARN
Yosemite showing it's bark beetles, unfortunately. https://www.nps.gov/yose/planyourvisit/hazardtrees.htm
Yeaaaaa nothing fall about this picture, pines do not turn color during seasons
Hm, TIL. Thank you for educating me!
Down in the valley with whiskey rivers, these are the places you will find me hiding.
I wonder what kind of animals live in this forest.
The land before time.
Rock Squirrels were absolutely everywhere, one of them climbed straight up my leg and shirt to get a bad of trail mix sticking out of my shirt pocket. We saw a few deer while checking all of the bus stops, and while we were shooting some astrophotography over night we saw a couple of ringtail cats, they have the hugest eyes for their size.
They go all the way into Canada, ending on either the Gaspe Penninsula of Quebec, the Long Range Mountains of Newfoundland, or the Cape Breton Highlands of Nova Scotia. Starting in VT and NH, some of the higher peaks can get above treeline, In the Gaspe and Newfoundland there is enough land above treeline to support caribou populations.
You should see the view from the peak of Bear Mountain
Where in CT is this?
I have a small project work in Shelton CT. Beautiful place surely visit
Thank you. It didn't look like Colorado.
Which garden of the gods?
Yeah over this edge was about 50 feet down into a ridge.
I'd always climb as much as i could and hike down to the trails. Gotta be very careful when going from rock to rock so fast though, shit can go south real fast.
No this is where Piccolo trained Gohan.
this is actually right at the parking lot!
America is the most beautiful country.
Congratulations you have somehow persuaded me to visit Greenland. Incredible photo!
Haha thank you ;). Southern Greenland is incredibly spectacular, and the weather is pretty nice in the summer. This was early August, and about half the days were sunny and 70 degrees.
Makes for an incredible iPhone background!
I took this photo on a backpacking tour in August, in and around the Tasermiut Fjord. The landscapes there were stunning, but I think most of my best photos were of icebergs while we were boating around. This was my third favorite one, and I just get lost looking at their form and texture.
Taken with a Sony a7R II and SEL1635z lens. Focal length 23mm, ISO 100, f / 10, 1/125s.
If you want to see more of my Greenland photos, please check out my Instagram @andrew.helmer.photo.
Looks like "Earth in prehistoric era" for me)
God I want to fill that with raw meat