A HDR image of downtown Aspen during a snow storm.

A HDR image of downtown Aspen during a snow storm.

Snowing on the Upper Roaring Fork River, located just South East of Aspen, Colorado

Snowing on the Upper Roaring Fork River, located just South East of Aspen, Colorado

Thanksgiving 25% sale

This Thanksgiving I would like to offer a 25% discount off all print orders placed between November 20th, 2011 and November 27th, 2011. Simply use the Coupon code THANKSGIVING25 at the checkout. This Coupon can be used as many times as you like during the promotion period. Please feel free to share this.
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International Travel and Landscape Photography | Darren Bridges Photography
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Images taken in and around the mountains of Aspen, Colorado, other locations include Santa Monica Beach, California, Chihuahua in Mexico, Nottingham in England and Vancouver, Canada.

The world’s fastest land animal the Cheetah can reach speeds of over 70 mph is losing its race for survival.Once a common animal found on five continents, the Cheetah is now an Endangered Species.The Cheetah needs large expanses of land to survive but with the loss of habitat, conflict with humans, as well as its own loss of genetic variation, are the threats facing the cheetah today.Although the cheetahs are the best hunters in Africa they are extremely clumsy fighters. The result is that they lose much of their prey to the more aggressive predators, such as lions and hyenas, who chase them away and steal their food. About 10,000-12,500 cheetahs are estimated to remain in 24 to 26 African countries and less than 100 animals in Iran. Namibia has the world’s largest number of free-ranging cheetahs with about 3,000 animals.

The world’s fastest land animal the Cheetah can reach speeds of over 70 mph is losing its race for survival.
Once a common animal found on five continents, the Cheetah is now an Endangered Species.
The Cheetah needs large expanses of land to survive but with the loss of habitat, conflict with humans, as well as its own loss of genetic variation, are the threats facing the cheetah today.
Although the cheetahs are the best hunters in Africa they are extremely clumsy fighters. The result is that they lose much of their prey to the more aggressive predators, such as lions and hyenas, who chase them away and steal their food.
About 10,000-12,500 cheetahs are estimated to remain in 24 to 26 African countries and less than 100 animals in Iran. Namibia has the world’s largest number of free-ranging cheetahs with about 3,000 animals.

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Aspen, Colorado

Aspen, Colorado

Lightning in the mountains overlooking the city of Chihuahua, Mexico

Lightning in the mountains overlooking the city of Chihuahua, Mexico

Images taken from the Maroon Bells Wilderness, located within the White River National Forest, Just outside of Aspen, Colorado, USA

Images taken from the Maroon Bells Wilderness, located within the White River National Forest, Just outside of Aspen, Colorado, USA

International travel and Landscape photography