Here’s something I’m working on from a recent family trip to Steamboat Springs, Colorado. The Catamount Barn is under historical classification and is protected by, I think, the forestry service. It sits near the southeast end of Catamount Lake, below the West descent of Rabbit Ears Pass, tucked back in the corner on a private […]
Please tell me what you think about either of these three images from Chautauqua Park. These have been converted and tweaked in Lightroom from their original color captures. Also, two images are of the same basic composition, just that one is landscape oriented, while the other is portrait oriented. Enjoy…
After our recent blizzard storm, I knew the clouds were clearing out overnight and that the Flatirons at Chautauqua Park would be coated white in the cold cold air, that I wanted to head over there on my way to work one morning last week. So this is actually one of the last images of […]
Brrrrrr!! This Balloonist image was snapped this last December on my way to work.
Taken the same frigid morning where I caught the Walk in the Park image below, where originally I was attempting to capture this tree in a different composition. I was driving back from dropping my daughter off at school when I saw this scene from the car. Quickly, I continued home and grabbed my camera […]
Here’s a photo taken very near to my house last week during the bitter cold spell here in Colorado. I was out shooting a favorite tree in the fog and came across this pathway leading up and over a rise in the park-like settings. Converted it to B&W and it almost looks infrared since the […]
This past weekend, some friends I’ve made through the Scott Kelby Photowalks over the last couple of years, got together for a sunrise shoot up inside Rocky Mountain National Park at Bear Lake. Bear Lake is about 2.5 hours away from me, and sunrise is about 7:10am, you do the math — it was an […]
Spent a little time this weekend up in Steamboat trying a different approach to photographing the Steamboat iconic barn. And a slightly different light angle to cover more of the barn and less of the foreground snow. And another angle showing more of the stars. And this is how the barn looks during daylight hours…
Here are a couple images from Chautauqua Park yesterday just prior to a portrait shoot. The pending storm was starting to build after an overnight dusting prepped the ground. A couple treks off on an early morning hike along the base of the Flatirons.
Another image from my adventure to Chautauqua Park last Sunday, the morning after a strong spring storm had dumped several feet of snow in the mountains just to the west, as you can see, about 5 inches of slush fell here at the park (and no accumulation at my house just 8 miles to the […]