Tag Archives: detail
The wind shapes the sand and creates waves…somehow life finds a way, even in the midst of this harsh environment. Throughout the dunes were small tracks – look closely at the images and you can see evidence of animals wandering … 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.
These are not water droplets but rather ice that has formed on the back of an aspen leaf. Morning sunlight glistens on these ice drops, near Telluride. Continue reading
I’m anxious to try more macro photography. Close up shots can be intimate and take us to seldom seen perspectives. I enjoy the detail, down to the pollen on the flower petals, that make this image interesting. Continue reading
There is nothing quite like a fall morning in an aspen grove. The sun warms the cool air, the smell of the fallen leaves and their crunch under your feet is theraputic. Everyone should have the chance to take a walk in the woods on such a day! Continue reading
Sometimes great pictures are no further than the planter on the deck! I’m not sure what this flower is named, but the colors and form are beautiful. Detail and contrast draw my eye to the middle of the flower. Continue reading