Looking Back Down The Black Canyon of the Gunnison

Descending into the Black Canyon of the Gunnison

Within the Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park, reaching the Gunnison River means either repelling down 2,000-foot cliffs or “hiking” down steep ravines. As I am not a technical climber, I opted to trek to the river via the SOB Draw. The trip down took about two hours, while the journey back up took over four hours, but every minute of the day was well worth the effort. Being in the Black Canyon is a unique and memorable experience.

ViewBug

Jammin as a Viewbug Curator

I was recently invited to be a curator at site that concentrates on photo contests, ViewBug. It is a little different that other sharing sites and contest sites, as you can “like” a photo, but you can also award photos with various awards such as “Top Choice,” “Superb Composition,” and “Absolute Masterpiece.”