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Twilight

The Moon rises above the national forest in the Mt. Evans Wilderness. This image caught the last available light and the purple hues of nightfall. Never put your camera away until all the light has faded. Continue reading

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Storm to the East!

At high elevations, clouds take on a whole new nature, presenting themselves as larger than life, sometimes intimidating. The tremendous buildup of summer rainstorms pushes clouds high into the atmoshpere, catching light and often adding drama. Continue reading

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Grizzly Peak

This was a perfect photography evening, great skies, good light, calm water. I couldn’t help but to make a quality image with what was presented to me. Grizzly Peak rises above Loveland Pass on the Continental Divide. Continue reading

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Loveland Moonrise

The moon rises over the shoulder of Grizzly Peak on the Continental Divide near Keystone and Arapahoe Basin. Continue reading

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Heaven and Earth

Photography literally means “painting with light.” The rocks and the clouds that gather in the distance provide a backdrop (and reflective quality) that even our imagination can’t improve upon. I was fortunate to be high on Mt. Evans as storm clouds gathered over the front range, dramatic and awesome. Continue reading

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Moon Over Deming

The sky nearly dark after sunset and taking on a “midnight blue” appearance, I happened to catch the moon as it set over Deming Mountain near Eccles Pass, Summit County. Continue reading

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Ten Mile Glow

Ridges on the Ten Mile Range stretch toward a lingering storm. The evening was gray and cold. Finally the setting sun poked through a window and gave a few minutes of light, nice warm gold light to photograph. Continue reading

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