Visit Colorado this Summer Where the Beauttiful View is a FREE Photographic Event
This old No Non-cents Nanna enjoys the beautiful view at the most any time or any where in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
Really, who would think going to a doctor’s appointment could into a photographic mini-vacation event?
For those of us who live in the Colorado Springs area or are just visiting and love photography you will want to keep you camera by your side to capture once in a life time scenic moments. And, this is well inside the city.
Personally, I walk around the city from one bus stop to the next.
I also accompany my son who uses a wheelchair. We enjoy the view where ever the wheelchair can roll,so this post will include a mini-review of places that are wheelchair accessible. What a combo, I know! but for those who need to use a wheelchair and want to visit our city down slope of Pikes Peak there is still plenty of natural beauty to enjoy.
These first two images were photographed on North Weber street outside of Vision Institute in Colorado Springs where we see our eye doctors Simons and Davis.
My Personal Review: Dr Simon has an amazingly patient way to explain vision problems. Dr Davis is extremly knowledgeable concerning my issues with my eye and eye lid muscles. I appreciate the delicate surgery he preformed on my eye lids a few years ago.
By the way, this office building is wheelchair accessible.
1715 N Weber St, Ste 360,
Colorado Springs, CO 80907
Between E Del Norte St and E Espanola St
A few weeks ago I was walking along North Academy in Colorado Springs to see my Chiropractors, Doctor Doug and Dr Leanne at Carefree Chiropractic.
This office is off the #25 city bus and wheelchair accessible. Tho’ crossing the street on foot can be hazardous, but, the view is awesome.! Most evenings the clouds look amazing at this intersection.
3365 N Academy Blvd
Colorado Springs, Colorado
I have to say the deco inside the chiropractors’ office is fun. The live plants and Beta fish are very pretty, but I just had to grab a differEnt photo. Look where I can hang my glasses!
Back to the scenic views…
Who would think taking my adult son to the foot doctor could be breath-taking? This is the view from the other side of the road on I-25 in Colorado Springs, but, with out the traffic.
FYI: The office building is clean and wheelchair friendly. I accompanied my son in his wheelchair via the locAL para-transit van.
have to pay attention rather than taking photos of the awesome view in this area.
BTW: This bus stop takes you to favorite WalMart on 8250 Razor back
. The view of the Rocky Mountains is awesome from this WalMart parking lot.
I couldn’t resist the ankle connected to the foot bone and the toe bone photo while we were waiting to see Dr Thomas a very personable Podiatrist/ foot and ankle surgeon…Get your shoes back on, Nanna.
1155 Kelly Johnson Blvd Ste 310
Colorado Springs, CO 80920
This old No No-cents has been busy, but, not so busy that she can’t shoot a picture where she can.
Now, I don’t suggest taking a fall when you visit Colorado, but if you do and need a CAT Scan at St Francis this is the view on the inside.
St Francis Hospital and staff are very nice, but the transporation stinks! There is no public transportation out there. While I waited for my Taxi I tried to be creative with the view of the skinny water fall thru’ the window at the Valet Entrance.
I am Malika Bourne the No Non-cents Nanna saying Make Good Choices!
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