What kind of geography does Colorado have?
Plains, foothills, and mountains. If you cross into Colorado from Kansas or Nebraska, you'll never realize you left the other state unless you happen to catch the "Welcome to Colorful Colorado" sign... it's a very monotonous drive.
It is best expressed as seen from the summit of Pikes Peak; * 'Oh beautiful, for spacious skies, and amber waves of grain, for, Purple mounted mountainsides .....' * The physical geography of Colorado is exactly as expressed by Katherine Bates. Only Alaska can display an equivalent diversity. Simply replace waves of grain with seas of crab and the picture still exists
Physical geog is natural so like it'll be Rivers lakes grassland and so on an example of a type of geography that incorporates both physical and human geography is regional geography. AS when looking at a region, you can study the landscape of the area through physical methods such as remote sensing, and then using human methods you can interview the population about their relation to their environment.