Notice the dropoff on the road. Guard rails didn't always exist either.
Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park. Notice the pegmatite intrusions in the rock face. That "tiny" river below had a flow rate while we were there of about 600 cfs (cubic feet per second). During the spring floods, it can reach 12,000 cfs.
This midsized bush is called an Apache Plume.
This little guy wandered through all the campsites eating the green grass. He was very camera shy but hadn't seen me yet.
Garden of the Gods in Colorado.
This formation called oil shale stone is responsible for some of our oil related products. Below is what it looks like from a distance.

Great Sand Dunes N.P.

Wolf Creek Pass

Little Wild Horse

Trail of Ancients &
Natural Bridges N.P.