I did another maternity shoot a few weeks back for our dear cousin Jeno and his fiance’ Solida. She was about 3 weeks away from delivery, yet it was a good thing we did the shoot the weekend we did — she delivered Baby Andre seven days later! All three are doing great!
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This past weekend, my buddy Chris and I backpacked in to Diamond Lake, located in the Indian Peaks Wilderness area west of Boulder, Colorado. We planned on a short overnight trip to take in the beauty and fishing at this high alpine lake located near 10,800 (sub-alpine by Colorado terms). We’ve been there before, about 6 years ago and about a month earlier in the summer. Checking the weather reports, we learned that we’d be camping without campfires in about 34 degrees (in August!), so we were prepared for a little chill both at camp and out on the water in our belly-boats.
Long story boring, we ended up having a great time, catching a ton of Cutthroats and some hybrid trout that looked a lot like California’s native Golden Trout, in the range of 8-14 inches, on Adams and BWO dry flies, and olive green woolley buggers.
Here are a few images that I managed to capture while not fishing.
More images to come….
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My little girl, Sofia, discovers real sunflowers for the first time. This was taken last night at my twilight sunflower shoot with Bill Knoche. Nothing fancy, just Sofia and a couple of Sunflowers.
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