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The Black Canyon of the Gunnison…an amazing natural feature, underrated as far as national parks are concerned. This amazing area boasts a canyon that derives it’s name from the fact that the walls are so steep and narrow that sunlight … 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
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
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.
I love the senses that are awakened by a good walk in the woods, and fall is the an assault for sight and sound – the smell of the leaves in autumn, the sound of the wind through the trees, the feel of warm sunlight and cool breezes, and the blaze of color and explosion of contrast. New snow and gold aspen are a great combination for all these things… Continue reading
It takes a little imagination – much like seeing shapes in clouds – but I see a face in the rock, looking up and to the left, keeping an eye on the weather or watching over his rocky home with a vigilant eye…a sentinel somehow forever frozen in rock. Continue reading