[Categories: Travel, Photography, Photography 101 Forever] [Most photos here are hosted on OneDrive or CloudUp.] [Visit the gallery at bottom to zoom and play on individual shots.] Stepping out for a short walk last evening I stumbled upon this sunset. These photos most represent what I actually saw. It is no wonder the Indians … Continue reading Sunset, Spirits, Tatanka stirs the clouds?
[Categories: Travel, Photography, Photography 101 Forever] [Most photos here are hosted on OneDrive or CloudUp.] [Click and zoom, click click, rinse, repeat.] Our hiking group did a single track trail hike near Denver, Colorado this week. The numerous rattlesnake warning signs concerned me, but I'm glad to say I didn't see any. I did see … Continue reading Take A Hike. The End Of Autumn (nearly).
[Categories: Travel, Photography, Photography 101 Forever] [Most photos here are hosted on OneDrive or CloudUp.] [Click and zoom a lot, rinse, repeat.] ...and raise you a red tree, or two or three. (You know who you are.) I'll be the first to admit that Rocky Mountain autumns don't hold a candle to the riot … Continue reading I’ll See Your Yellow Aspens…
[Categories: Photography, Travel Photography, Photography 101 Forever] [Gallery OneDrive photos: Click any photo to enlarge. See photo info on right.] These photos taken with Nikon D5200, 18-55mm lens. They all seem to zoom nicely, especially the extras on OneDrive. Click, zoom, click, enlarge, repeat, rinse, repeat. PLAY! Color. Lots of color. See more HERE. See … Continue reading Chihuly Glass at Denver Botanic Gardens
Options: 1. Should I have a separate blog for each subject? 2. Should I have one blog with a separate page for each subject? 3. Should I leave it more or less as it is, a single stream of posts on a wide variety of subjects, and let a viewer choose what to read or not … Continue reading Your comments please. SHOULD I blog about everything?
(Click on a photo to enlarge in a separate window, use your browser Back button or function to return to this page.) Breckenridge Snow Sculptures, January 2012 (Seems like we always view the sculptures on a sunny day!) Breckenridge Snow Sculptures, January 2011
FINALLY. I've lived in Colorado for the better part of the last 40 years, my lady for over 17 years. Until last Sunday, 23 Sep. 2012, neither of us had been on the Trail Ridge Road between Estes Park and Grand Lake, CO. This is perhaps akin to living in central Paris and never having … Continue reading Trail Ridge Road, Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado
You won't believe this. Last Thursday morning my 72 year-old ski bud who I ski with at Copper Mountain a lot called me at the condo. He and his wife had gone to Steamboat for a couple of days early in the week, he to ski, she to relax. On his first run he got … Continue reading The End of Ski Season