AUG 19 :231/365

2018 COLORADO CLASSIC The Mile High City was on display today for the final stage of this year's Colorado Classic.  Cyclists lapped a 9.1-mile (14.6k) circuit course around downtown Denver from the RiNo art district to beautiful City Park.   I strategically planted myself right in the middle of the action, where I was able to... Continue Reading →

AUG 15 :227/365

The setting sun burned the sky pink and orange... Sunsets did that here. Made you forget it was the smog that made their colors so brilliant, that behind every pretty picture there could be an ugly story. -Michael Connelly The skies have been looking a lot like Los Angeles around here lately.  Hazy, hazy, hazy. ... Continue Reading →

AUG 11 : 223/365

"My dear young fellow," the Old-Green-Grasshopper said gently, "there are a whole lot of things in this world of ours you haven't started wondering about yet." -Roald Dahl Sometimes the tiniest things in nature fascinate me the most.  Take this grasshopper that I happened to find on my front porch today.  As it turns out,... Continue Reading →

JUL 21 : 202/365

Where there's smoke... Wildfires are burning up the west, and it shows.  The smoke from the California and Southern Oregon fires has made its way into Colorado, coloring our skies a bleak greyish-brown and the sun disturbing color of orange tonight. Feels a bit apocalyptic.        

JUL 16 : 197/365

Almost every person, from childhood, has been touched by the untamed beauty of wildflowers. -Lady Bird Johnson Don't you just love it when you plant something and it actually grows?  I'm loving my tiny little wildflower garden right now.  At 10'x10' she's is small, but she is mighty!

JUL 9 : 190/365

When I was young, I was told That there was a city Made out of gold, solid gold And now I'm askin' you Do you think that those stories are true? And if you say that you do Would you like to go and Look for the city with me? - Head East

JUL 8 : 189/365

Creativity is contagious.  Pass it on. - Albert Einstein We always have a great time at the annual Cherry Creek Arts Festival!  With over 250 exhibitors and 300,000 visitors over a three-day weekend, the festival is a fun and inspiring way to spend a couple hours.   Although photography is my chosen art form, I find... Continue Reading →

JUL 5 : 186/365

  Bachelor's Button The wildflower seeds I planted back in May are starting to bloom.  As it turns out, I didn't spread too many seeds and just the right amount have decided to take root (hooray for heavy handing it!)  Among the first to blossom are the Bachelor Buttons - such sweet little things in glorious... Continue Reading →

JUL 2 : 183/365

Lightning is Mother Nature's fireworks. Last night's fireworks display was electrifying to say the least!  Mother Nature rolled in with her own fabulous display of wicked heat lightning to add to the magic of the man-made pyrotechnics.  The result was surreal and absolutely FABULOUS! Of note:  These images are simply outtakes from an iPhone video... Continue Reading →

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