Theron Welch's thorough resource
for Colorado's most spectacular range, the Gore Range
Salek's "The Highways of Colorado”
tremendous resource packed with cool information about Colorado roadways
photographers & friends
are links are to some very talented photographers whom I have had the
pleasure of meeting and shooting with. Every one of
them has an incredible array of images, mostly from Colorado. Perhaps
the best thing about them is that I consider them all great resources
and outstanding friends.
Brent is my main photo buddy. Well, that is until he had his first kids awhile back. Known amongst our local group
of photographers as "Ice Man" due to his wonderful ice fracture
He has some nice trip reports as well where the pictures tell the story.
He helped me out quite a bit when I was first learning how to shoot
4x5. We've been on many a trip together.
Jody is a very good friend of mine and former coworker for 14 years, so we definitely spent a lot of time on a daily basis talking about
our favorite hobby and where we're going next. You'll enjoy his his incredible and unique
imagery from Colorado and the Southwest. He's definitely among Colorado's elite.
Living at the edge of Rocky Mountain National
Park allows Erik Stensland to take many quick trips to bring back many great images.
If you want to see RMNP imagery, look no further than his site. He is the photo king of Rocky, without question. Be sure to visit his impressive gallery in Estes if you go.
Tad has been a coworker of mine for over 15 years, who works about 100 feet from
me. He took his photography
to a whole new level in 2006, and is making incredible photographs each trip out. I feel he has one of the best collection of quality images amongst local photographers. We've been on many trips together.
If you live in Colorado, you likely have
seen some of his books or calendars in your local bookstore, many of which
he has given to me for free. How cool is that?! Thanks again, Todd! He
has an unbelievably vast knowledge of Colorado (more than myself), and is one of few who has been to even more locations here than I have.
are links to two of Colorado's main photographers who I have not met, but
deserve a spot here
Colorado's most well known landscape photographer
Another premier Colorado photographer
Bret has an ever-growing
collection of mountain, desert and adventure images. Formerly lived in the Denver area, now serving in law enforcement in Moab.
My talented friend from Encinitas, California. We've hooked up on a few occasions when he's come out to visit Colorado.
Rick used to live in Denver and is now in Portland. He's one of my favorite photographers. A good friend, along with his wife, we spent two weeks together in the Canadian Rockies in 2007, among other trips.
one-stop shop for the pretty much all Colorado trail descriptions in one place. Also includes trails from Utah and other states.
main 4WD forum
the San Juan high roads
A site for 4WD road updates early in the season
premier source of information for 1996-2002 4Runners
Expedition & adventure
A window to adventure with
A plethora of trip reports
with a great spirit of adventure
Expedition and adventure-based site with forum
Toyota owners' sites
modified 1998 Tacoma, and a site full of awesome adventures by my Arizona-based
friend, Chris Marzonie. I'm not sure if anyone goes on more adventures.
Home to my New
Mexico-based friend, Chuck Hathcock, and his 2004 Tacoma and cool trip
James' 1999 4Runner
The best personal site for 3rd generation 4Runner
information, and one I used daily when I was shopping for mine