Photo Club Moab Outing

In mid-February, fourteen Photography Club members spent a few days in the Moab area, enjoying the magnificent red rock landscape. The group photographed in Arches National Park and  other nearby sites. We were lucky to have fair weather (though chilly mornings) and good light for most of our photo shoots. The trip was a really fun four days in a fantastically photogenic area. Here is a gallery of images from several Club members who were on  the trip. (Click on any image to view the photos full screen.)

Horse Photography

A group of ten members of the Pagosa Springs Photography Club had an opportunity to photograph horses, including two mustangs, at a ranch near Pagosa Springs on June 6. Thanks so much to Stacey Couch for giving us the opportunity to photograph these beautiful animals. Here is a selection of images from our trip; thanks to photographers Chris Roebuck, Joe Sinclair, Andy Butler, Brenda Breding and Mark Guenin:


Bosque del Apache Outing

A terrific group of a dozen Photography Club members spent the weekend of Dec 7-9, 2018 at Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge in New Mexico. We had (mostly) good weather and lots of birds. We even found some decent food in Socorro!

Here are sample images from six of those who participated. Click on the popup caption of any image to start a slide show style view.

Summitville Outing

On July 23, 2018 seven members of the Pagosa Springs Photography Club traveled over Wolf Creek Pass to the old mining town of Summitville. Located high in the San Juan Mountains, at 11,400 ft, the town’s remnants bear stark witness to the harsh environment. But the weather was perfect for our visit; clear in the morning with gathering clouds as the day progressed. This is a gallery of some of the Club members’ photos that resulted.

Images From Cumbres & Toltec Outing

This is a gallery of club member’s images from our outing to the Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad yard at Chama, NM on May 25. We had great weather, and an informative tour and history of the railroad presented to us by Wade Hall, Chief Dispatcher.  Click on the thumbnails below for larger images.



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