Skies & Sunsets
Colorado pioneer John Quincy Adams Rollins wrote of “beautiful, quiet pools, fringed by overhanging willows, where speckled trout ‘most do congregate,’ alternated by rushing cascades and by wide-spread, pebble-bottomed shallow stretches, where the waters glimmer in the sun.” Ironically, Rollins claims that he is “neither a ‘literary’ [n]or ‘scientific gent’ ” yet his reports of the lands beyond Rollinsville are filled with euphony and literary genius; it is no wonder the place would soon be named after him: Rollins Pass. (description of Skies & Sunsets, adapted from Rollins Pass, page 17)
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Corona Station Photography utilizes handheld, mounted, tripod, and aerial photography mediums. All drone photography was flown under an FAA Part 107 certificate and all flights complied with the rules set forth by the FAA for UAS flights within the United States. Night small unmanned aircraft systems (sUAS) operations are authorized under a 14 CFR § 107.29 Daylight Operations Waiver/Certificate of Waiver.