Custom Photography Excursions - putneynatureimages

Custom Photography Excursions

Location: These excursions are based near Boulder, Denver, Estes Park and Fort Collins, Colorado.

After reviewing my images you can see they reflect my passion for photographing nature and the appreciation I have for it. I have been professionally photographing nature in this region of the Rocky Mountains since 1995.

I am now offering custom photography excursions to three favorite locations of mine. These areas showcase pristine mountain cascades, lakes, streams, waterfalls, wildflowers and mountain peaks over 14,000 feet. Wildlife is abundant in these areas from one of the smallest mammals-American Pika, to the largest of the deer family-Bull Moose, and a variety of bird species from Hummingbirds to Bald Eagles.

My familiarity of these locations and knowledge of the wildlife and their behavior will help you achieve capturing the Rocky Mountain wilderness at its best. For more detailed information contact Gene to discuss your specific interests and timing of your Colorado visit.

These excursions are for 1 or 2 People.


1. Indian Peaks Wilderness Area:

Seasonal June - September.

*Key Features:

a) Mountain wildflowers are very abundant during the summer months.

b) Beautiful alpine lakes.

c) Great location for photographing Moose.

Note: Peak time August-September.


2. Mount Evans Wilderness Area:

Seasonal June - early September.

*Key features:

a) Mount Evans has the highest paved road in North America that reaches 14,130 feet with stunning views of the surrounding landscape.

b) This is one of the best locations in North America for photographing Mountain Goats.

c) Fantastic alpine wildflower photography.


3. Rocky Mountain National Park:


*Key features:

a) Trail Ridge Road is the highest paved continuous road in North America that reaches 12,183 feet with breath-taking views of the continental divide. Note: Trail Ridge Road is closed from October-May

b) The month of June is very active for photographing cavity-nesting birds and baby animals such as Elk and Moose calves.

c) Mid-September-mid-October for autumn colors and the Elk rut.

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