Posts Tagged ‘photograph’

I love working my camera along the Loghill Mesa escarpment where I live. The wide, mountainous views are beautiful to behold. But when the sky wasn’t cooperating recently, I turned my long lens downward to capture some scenes in the valley below. I love examining the contours of the land from this high vantage point. […]


Most Favorite!

09Jan20

In my last post I shared a link to my website and ‘2019 Favorites’ gallery. However, my most favorite image was not among them because I added it to my ‘Home Gallery’ instead. Running across it in one of my folders I realized I never shared it on this blog either. Surely my most favorite […]


Happy Holidays!

22Dec18

Wishing the happiest of holidays and thanks to all my blogging friends and visitors. I appreciate all your views, likes and comments and look forward to sharing with one another in the coming year!


Ins & Outs

06Dec18

I continue to be drawn to, and fascinated by windows and doors as a photo subject. I find them equally interesting whether I am looking from the outside, or looking from within. I have posted many on this blog and my collection has grown after finding and shooting them for many years! I decided to […]


It has been a little while since I last posted because I’ve been busy shooting fall every chance I get. Peak foliage here, in the San Juan Mountains of Colorado is generally between mid-September and mid-October. It’s a four week, spectacular show and I don’t want to miss any of it! I will have plenty […]


Twilight

13Mar18

twi•light |ˈtwīˌlīt| noun the soft glowing light from the sky when the sun is below the horizon, caused by the refraction and scattering of the sun’s rays from the atmosphere No matter how cliche´one might think, I’m a sunrise/sunset photo junkie and always will be. With this post I’m thinking about ‘twilight’. Twilight can occur […]


Old windows and doors have been a favorite and recurring theme since starting my photographic journey years ago. They are popular subjects among many of my photog friends as well. For me they can hold a mystery about what is on the other side. A reflection, often distorted can have a playful and sometimes magical quality. Traditional […]