During the New Year’s holiday, it’s a tradition among shutterbugs who are members of online communities like Rocky Mountain Nature Photographers and Front Range Wildlife Photographers to share lists of their personal favorite images from the previous year. Thank you to all of the friends and family, new and old, who have made this year’s rather diverse […]
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Few summers begin as early as 2012 did in Rocky Mountain National Park. Trail Ridge Road, the highest continuously paved road in the nation, opened on May 14. This was the third earliest recorded opening. In contrast to last year’s substantive amount of snowpack, this year’s winter was very dry allowing visitors to access the […]
Spring has arrived in the Colorado Rockies and the bluebirds are back. I found this couple of Mountain Bluebirds near the Collegiate Peaks of Buena Vista, Colorado early this month. This beautiful pair posed for me for a few minutes before flying off to attend to their morning chores. Such brilliant, iridescent plumage!
During the holiday season and as New Years Day approaches it’s that time again when we often look back at our accomplishments of the past year. 2011 was an unusual year for me. Several of the photos I took this year were in the traditional “grand landscape” style I’ve been used to shooting in over […]
Bighorn Battle: A print of this image is appearing at the Art in Nature show at The Center for Fine Art Photography in Fort Collins, Colorado from Oct.21 – Nov. 26, 2011. A color version of this photograph is also included in my book: Classic Colorado. As a nature photographer who usually composes wide-angle color […]