Monday, February 04, 2008

Garden of the gods


I had NO clue that I took soooo many pictures out in Colorado! Wow. So this post is dedicated to the absolutely breathtaking Garden of the gods in Colorado Springs...you feel like you've entered another planet or world it's so beautiful! Then you see Pikes Peak with all the snow and it just doesn't click, the different terrains, but of course God love variety...huh!?? :)

11 comments:

Eric McCarty said...

Ha! I've been to Colorado once in my life. 20 year ago. I took a picture of my brother acting like he's holding that balancing rock up (top left shot in your batch). It was an unbelievable place. Hope to take my kids there someday.

Emily DeWan Photography said...

Gorgeous! Love all the color.

Armin de Fiesta said...

I absolutely love the western landscapes, these are wonderful Sarah! Thanks for sharing... and BTW, I got to hang our with our mutual friend Kristen today. Check out my blog :)

abigail smith said...

Wow, that looks amazing!!! Can't wait to see more!!!

Yes, it's true, like my brother Andrew already said... I love chatting with you.. ;) Keep warm in that awful weather ya'll are having up there!

BethLaurren said...

soooooooooo pretty girl. LOVE it!

Morgan Matters said...

Yea, I get to see you soon!!!! Reunion, holla!

Bekah said...

Wow! Those are so pretty! I want to go to CO so badly! My cousin is moving there in a few months so hopefuly I can go visit her and her fiance' sometime.

Jennifer said...

Sarah,
You have such a fun & loving family... and the 2 youngest are super cute!
being an only child, I totally envy people with large family..

by the way, your brother, Andrew looks sooo familiar! by any chance, were you guys at bethany dillon's mini concert @ borders bookstore in wheaton, IL maybe 2 years ago? i sound stalkish but i swear I saw someone who looks exactly like your brother. :P

Chavia said...

Wow thats breathtaking. Colorado is amazing.

JCEvidence said...

Great photos, I really like the blue color... :)

Prod The Mod said...

Wow, these are incredible... Did you use some sort of GND filter or something?