capture snow

Photography is my passion. Can you tell? And as such, there are few things more enjoyable to me than when I get an opportunity to share my passion with others and capture images that individuals, organizations and businesses find useful.

Recently, I was granted the amazing the opportunity to do some work for Wolf Creek Ski Area in southern Colorado. This is my home mountain – the place that (outside of exploring in the backcountry) I love making turns at. So to get a chance to ski with several of their instructors and capture some photos doing what they do best was almost a dream come true!

If you haven’t skied Wolf Creek, you’re missing out! Sure, other places in Colorado have high-dollar shopping opportunities and that big city feel with resort accommodations and fancy 5-star restaurants, but they don’t have the best Green Chili Bacon Cheeseburger this side of the Continental Divide or fresh-made pizza at treeline. And those “other” places are also lacking the view of a skiable ~12,000 ft peak while you sip Bloody Marys in some warm Colorado sunshine.

Fear not. We’ll welcome you to the mountain any day. Just come on up and get ready to ski the most snow in Colorado. For now, enjoy some snapshots from the past few weeks…

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Steve finding pow turns
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Got ya covered
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View of Alberta Peak
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Bumps and groomers for days
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Jonathan finding a line below Alberta
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Tree (edge) skiing

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