Fall views along the scenic 22 mile Boreas Pass Road in Breckenridge, CO.
Here's a Google Map (opens in a new tab) of the region for context. The red pin is on the pass.
The road is a hard-packed, often bone-jarring, dirt and gravel road that winds its way along the Continental Divide of the Rocky Mountains' Front Range. The narrow winding road is at about 12,000 feet elevation and, at times, is only one lane wide: which becomes "interesting" when you drive around a tight bend only to see another car heading toward you from the other direction! Backing up to let one or the other pass with a sheer drop-off on one side was an experience to say the least.
One of the two galleries contains renderings of some of the scenes using a variety of post processing applications and techniques to give the original images an artistic flair.