Posts Tagged ‘wall art’

Savory Sunsets

20Nov20

Some may think sunsets are cliché but I for one never get tired of them. And, from what I hear and see, I am not alone! Whether enjoying them from the comfort of my living room, or out in the landscape with my camera, a sunset surprise is always inspiring. With years of photographing and […]


Do you have someone on your gift giving list who loves nature, the mountains, trees or maybe relics from the past? My online store has many wall art and product options with over 750 images to choose from. • EASY TO ORDER with clear previews of your selections • Available in MANY SIZES … up […]


This post features one of my favorite viewing points along Colorado’s Million Dollar Highway, between Ouray and Silverton, near Red Mountain Pass. In the first image that little spot in the lower right is a peek at the highway. If you haven’t heard, it is one of the most dangerous roads in the country, but […]


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 […]


Until We Meet Again! Here is my yearly ‘goodbye to winter’ post … a little later here in Colorado than other places. Bidding goodbye doesn’t mean I won’t post more images with snow! It could still happen. Last year we got a foot of snow in the middle of May. The snow will remain on […]


On a recent outing the following lakeside location screamed ‘postcard’ to me. I couldn’t resist the scene at the risk of being ‘cliché’. The low sun lit up the shoreline and peak in a beautiful display of warm, golden light before disappearing behind the opposing ridge, making a wonderful end to the day.


You are cordially invited to attend the opening of my virtual 2012 Gallery at: http://www.denisebush.com/photo_home.html The exhibit features 40 favorite images from 2012. Displaying my work this way has been a 1o year tradition, dating back to my digital beginnings in 2003. The pages are easy to navigate by clicking on the ‘first/next photo’ link. […]


Much of our shooting while in the Smokies was centered around Cades Cove. I’m not sure how many times we went around the loop, and explored the side roads too. Once a thriving, mountain and farming community it was easy to imagine how it was. In addition to the cabins, other structures and bears the […]