Tag Archives: black and white
Travel is special, it’s rewarding and invigorating, especially when its with the perfect lady who wants to share places and memories together. You never know what you will find…for example, the Northern California coast has innumerable rugged scenes characterized by … Continue reading
Pursuant to the previous post (Summit Lake Mist), this image depicts the upper reaches and summit of Mount Evans from the lake about 1200 feet below. A quick rain shower dissipates and clouds roll off in time for the late … Continue reading
Summit Lake, high on the Mt. Evans Massif, is ice free by July, but snow hangs on and weather can move in and out any time of year. The lake is accessible by car (in fact, the highest paved road … Continue reading
Wide view of the Union Station passenger platform, where both light rail service to the city and Amtrak travelers converge. Continue reading
I don’t normally post images of anything other than landscapes, but certainly an afternoon in the city can be a photo adventure as good as that in the mountains! I have enjoyed experimenting with black and white images, and the train station downtown, with the classic stone terminal structure and the modern sweeping passenger platform is a great mix of old and new. The perfect description of Denver’s vibrant downtown! Continue reading
A visit to the Great Sand Dunes is not complete without a hike to the top – Star Dune – the highest in the Park and affording a commanding view all around. The hike is tough (if you have ever … Continue reading
Subtle waves of sand give texture to the dunes when you view them up close. From afar they appear to stay the same, from up close they are always changing and shifting in detail.