This is to serve as a photographic journal of the aforementioned. I present my images with no other place to call home, a portfolio of my wanderings, a diary to document and quantify a hint of my history. If not to share, than at least to remember. Life is hectic, time is short, memories are shorter. I have no clue where I’m going if I can’t remember where I’ve been. If a picture is worth a 1000 words, then this would be my novel, and I'll let the images do most the talking. Enjoy! -GSPs. You can see more work at garretsuhrie.com
Wanted to share some pics from a stop over in Arkansas on my last cross country tour. A huge thanks to the Chappell's for taking me in, Cynthia for making me feel right at home down south and Charles for showing me some great spots and hikes in the Buffalo River Valley. Can't wait to see ya'll again soon!
Some old farming buildings long since abandoned in the Buffalo River Valley.
Blanchard Springs, in the Ozarks region, as fresh as it gets!
Getting a shower Arkansas style at Hemmed-in Hollow. At 209 ft., its the tallest waterfall between the Rockies and Appalachia.
Floating down the Buffalo.
Catching a sweet storm over the rolling hills of the Ozarks.
I spent a few weeks driving around the Rockies in Colorado and finding all sorts of great places long abandoned and slowly returning to the earth.
St. Elmo, a wonderful preserved little ghost town in the heart of the Sawatch Range, and the jumping off point to a number of old mining sites way up in the mountains.
Along Colorado's Scenic Alpine loop lies the ghost town of Animas Fork, an amazingly well preserved ghost town that has stood dormant since this mill closed more than 100 years ago.
The bones of an old church jut out of a forest along Hwy 25 in eastern Colorado, the only remains of an old mining town which once thrived there.