Articles from April 2011



Easter Bunny

Happy Easter! Here is a fun image for the holiday from my Classic Colorado book. In the picture a young rabbit peers from a lichen-covered granite rock crevice close to a trail in the Lumpy Ridge area of Rocky Mountain National Park near Estes Park, Colorado. I was headed up to Gem Lake and a […]

Happy Earth Day & Good Friday!

The impressive sandstone formation of Steamboat Rock rises over the photogenic confluence of the Green and Yampa Rivers in Echo Park, Dinosaur National Monument, Colorado. Native peoples revered this location as sacred. It is sometimes known as “The Center of the Universe” since it played a pivotal role in creation myths. In modern times, conservation efforts helped save […]

The last six months in newsletters

It’s hard to believe that it’s been six months since I announced the printing of the “Classic Colorado” book. I’ve started writing monthly emails to send to my customers and friends as a fun way to stay connected. Many of the email newsletters discuss seasonal themes or share stories of how I took particular images. […]

Image of the Month: April 2011

Spring is a great time to visit the canyon country of Northern Arizona and Southern Utah. Temperatures are not unbearably hot. Visitation by tourists is not yet at its summer highs. There may be wildflowers growing amidst the arches and sand dunes. The monsoon season isn’t yet upon the region making the chances for dangerous […]