It is now late fall going on winter (snow here in Denver today), prompting me to look at some images from only a short month or two past. Upper Chicago Lake – yes, there is a Lower Chicago Lake as … Continue reading
It is September 29th…Summer has long passed us by, abandoned and replaced by cool nights and changing aspen trees (see my other posts!). I have taken the opportunity to post just a few pics of flowers in the high country. … Continue reading
On a beautiful afternoon hike along the Herman Lake Trail the most wonderful wildflowers are in bloom in late July. I’m sure the scene repeats itself 1000x over in every valley throughout our amazing backcountry here in Colorado. There were … Continue reading
Normally I would assume pictures of flowers should incorporate color. For some reason, perhaps the soft directional light or the texture of the subject, the black and white format lent itself to an interesting image.
The hike from Gore Lake to Snow Lake is beautiful; high peaks, rushing streams, long ridges above the trail, and flowers filling the valley. Among the first to emerge in the spring are the marsh marigolds, growing on moist slopes immediately after snow melts away. Continue reading