For those not already in the know, allow us to introduce you to Fuck Yeah Colorado!, a tumblr site that celebrates Our Fair State's beauty and quirks with equal enthusiasm.
Look below to count down ten shots that prompted us to declare, "Fuck Yeah Colorado!"
10. Colfax Avenue, Lakewood, 1970 The longest city street in the country seems to go on forever in this gorgeous vintage shot. 9. Colt & Gray, Denver Who knew kitten farts were so delicious! Page down to continue celebrating the state with Fuck Yeah Colorado! 8. Opening day, Mount Evans That dreamcatcher needs to be a lot larger to catch all this dreamy scenery. 7. Aspen Police Department, Late 1970s FYC notes that "this photo depicts three brand new 1979 Saab 900 GLE Combi Coupes for the Aspen Police Department," whose members seem like stars of an ultra-hip TV cop drama. We'd watch that! Page down to continue celebrating the state with Fuck Yeah Colorado! 6. Jack Kerouac stencil, My Brother's Bar On the Road, and on the wall. 5. Kowalski from Vanishing Point Note the Colorado license plate on the Dodge Challenger that co-starred in what FYC describes as "the greatest car-chase movie of all time." Page down to continue celebrating the state with Fuck Yeah Colorado! 4. Idaho Springs People drive from across the country to see images like this one. We drive twenty minutes. 3. The Never Summer Mountains Winter isn't just coming. It's here to stay. Page down to continue celebrating the state with Fuck Yeah Colorado! 2. Morrison Everything that's great about Colorado in a single shot. 1. Colorado cassette Clearly, living here is a sound decision.
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