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The Great Sand Dunes National Park had been on my photography bucket-list for awhile. This past weekend I was finally able to visit the tallest sand dunes in America that are set against the backdrop of rugged 14,000 foot peaks in the Sangre De Cristo mountains. The Mendeno Creek, a seasonal phenomenon, was officially flowing. Photographing the shadows and light on the dunes was a highlight of the trip. It was well worth crossing the creek with garbage bags around our feet and legs because of how high the water was running and dressing in layers for the 30 degree temperature.
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