Mee Canyon Alcove
© Robert Kurtzman, BA, D.O.
Rocky Mountain Forensic Services
Clifton, Colorado, US
Mee Canyon Alcove is located in the McInnis Canyons National Conservation Area. The National Conservation Areas protect and preserve lands with special features for future generations to enjoy. The alcove is located at the bottom of Mee Canyon and is one of the largest alcoves in the Colorado Plateau. The trail to the alcove is steep and difficult with some exposure along cliff edges.
This image was made to support the Colorado Canyons Association and its mission to provide education about the National Conservation Areas in Western Colorado.
EQUIPMENT / TECHNIQUE
Tripod mounted Nikon D800E with Nikon 14-24 Lens
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Judges Choice Award - 2022
“As an avid traveler and hiker, I’m drawn to images of the outdoors, especially the American west. The variety of textures and rich golden browns make this image of Mee Canyon (Colorado) truly spectacular.”
- James Perkins