A dilapidated barn along the Independence Pass Highway, Twin Lakes Colorado. The first time I laid eyes on this scene was during a cross country motorcycle ride in 2001, from New England to California and back. It was my first taste for Colorado. I've never forgotten this scene or the location, it was forever etched in my mind. Finally, during the early autumn of 2015, I had the opportunity to revisit the scene with my high-resolution gear and capture the image that had eluded me for all those years!
The old relic barn is nestled on the eastern end of the Independence Pass highway, near the sleepy little township of Twin Lakes. The dominant peaks in the distance are Quail Mtn and Mt Hope. Many of the Aspens spreading up Boswell Gulch were already turning brilliant yellow, and the churning skies filled with dramatic clouds were depositing a light dusting of snow on the highest elevations.
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