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Road Trip Part 3 | DFW, TX Photographer

Road Trip Part 3

We reached our destination, Colorado Springs and the 1st day we took a train ride on the Cogs Railway.  It's located in Manitou Springs, Colorado.  It was an amazing experience and I highly recommend it!  The day we rode the train it was rainy and overcast but we were still able to enjoy the ride up to Pikes Peak.  The scenery is breathtaking with waterfalls, wildlife, and landscape changes from trees to rocks.  Once we reached the top we couldn't see much as the clouds were low.  On the plus side it started snowing while we were up there and large flakes too!  The kids had a blast watching the snow fall. 



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Back to School | Flower Mound, TX Child and Family Photographer

 Back to School!

This summer sped by quickly even with an extra week this year.  It's hard to believe our oldest is entering her last year of elementary school.  I've been taking her "back to school" portraits since she was 3 1/2.

Have you scheduled your Fall session? I'm also offering Mini-Sessions, check it out!

Robin Kelm Photography is a Dallas/Ft. Worth, Texas maternity, newborn, baby, family, and senior/teen photographer. She is located in Flower Mound, TX and serves areas in Denton County.  Robin is an on-location photographer and brings a portable studio for newborn and baby sessions that take place in the comfort of your own home. Outdoor family sessions are on-location at a mutually decided location such as your home or a local park. If you have any questions or would like some more information on booking a session in Texas, please click the contact tab above. Be sure to “like” Robin on Facebook!
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Project 52 Week 33 | Flower Mound, TX Photographer

Project 52
Week: 33
Theme: Composition: Point of View

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Mountain Portraits | Child Portrait Photographer, Flower Mound, TX

On our last night in Colorado Springs, Colorado I decided I wanted to get some portraits of our girls with the red rocks.  I quickly scouted a park via Google (Red Rock Open Space) that wasn't far away and was free.  We chased the sun a bit with it quickly setting.  I literally took these within 8 minutes as it was getting dark.  Too bad we didn't have more time to explore this trail, it looks like a beautiful place!

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Project 52 Week 32 | Flower Mound, TX Photographer

Project 52
Week: 32
Theme: Photographers Choice

I love this shot of this Meerkat I took at the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo in Colorado Springs, Colorado.  He looked right into the camera!

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Road Trip Part 2 | Capulin Volcano and Royal Gorge Bridge

Day 2 on the road we drove upon Capulin Volcano in Capulin, New Mexico.  It was decleared a National Monument in 1916.

Our next stop was Royal Gorge Bridge in Canon City, Colorado.  It reaches across the the canyon over the Arkanas River. My husband had visited it many years ago on a father/son trip.  We found out during the documentary that a fire broke out in June of 2013 burning the visitor center, theater, sky ride, and amusement park.  The bridge itself only received minimal damage.  In August of 2014 the park re-opened.

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Project 52 Week 26 | Flower Mound, TX Photographer

Project 52
Week: 26 
Theme: Day in the Life

 This was on our summer bucket list to visit Knome Cones an all natural snow cone place.  You can also paint the fence at this food truck park.
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Road Trip Part 1 | Palo Duro Canyon

Road Trip Part 1

My family took a road trip vacation last week.  Our first stop was to see Palo Duro Canyon located in the Panhandle of Texas, near Canyon.  It's approx. 50 minutes from Amarillo, TX.  Palo Duro is the 2nd largest canyon in the United States next to the Grand Canyon being the largest.  Wikipedia says, "The canyon was formed by the Prairie Dog Town Fork of the Red River, which initially winds along the level surface of the Llano Estacado of West Texas, then suddenly and dramatically runs off the Caprock Escarpment. Water erosion over the millennia has shaped the canyon's geological formations."

 Our 2nd day with a final destination of Colorado Springs, we stopped to see the famous Cadillac Ranch.  It's a public art sculpture created in 1974 of 10 Cadillacs ranging from 1949 to 1963 models.

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