I recently attended a photography workshop conducted by American Nature Photography Workshops. Their Colorado Fall Colors Tour was based in Ouray, Colorado, and was held October 7-11, 2015. The leaders, George Theodore and Tom Bol, led us to spectacular scenes near Ouray, and helped the 16 or so participants improve our photography a great deal. I’ve posted a few of my photos – as you might expect, there are many, many more! I took over 700 photographs that I’m working through – the accompanying photos are just a sampling! I hope to post more as I get time to work them up. If you are ever in Southwest Colorado in the fall, do not fail to visit Ouray and/or Telluride. Early October is the best time, and depending on the local weather and conditions, brilliant aspen can be found easily. The best views are on country roads, and Last Dollar Road is probably the best all-round route for scenes. A close second is the road to Owl Creek Pass, especially in the evening near sunset.