Photo and caption by Joshua Williams
Packed the car and climbed up a winding red dirt road to the top of the mountain road known as Shrine Pass. Awaiting, was a feild of flowers that spoke of spring, but Summer's unforgiving heat and dryness chose which flowers stayed and which flowers went-nature at work I suppose. Though not in "full-bloom", still a sight to see it was for a "Flat land Floridian" like myself. I clicked the frame as my two irritated sisters experienced the bitter wind chill of a mountain. Empathizing with them, I shot them with my shirt off. I still feel that ice, to the very bone, but boy, was it worth it.
Location: Shrine Pass, Vail, Colorado, US