Posted at 5:38 pm , on December 24, 2016
In the rush up to Christmas, it can be very easy to get swept away in a constant tide of activity at a fast pace. However rushed, always make time for yourself. Take a walk, read a chapter, journal, or just sit back with a drink in hand and reflect on the past year. Plan for the new, and make it a great one. Enjoy these images of the past weeks.
Posted at 9:49 pm , on December 17, 2016
As the day breaks, with temperatures in the negative single digits, snow lightly fluttering down and icy road conditions, I venture out into a winter wonderland to capture some landscape images of the Flatirons from Chautauqua Park. Just a short drive from downtown Boulder, these iconic peaks attract over 100,000 visitors each year who come to hike the many trails to the massive, triangular-shaped sandstone slabs. Any season, the meadow is a popular photography sight at the base of Boulder’s Flatirons, and is a short distance from the Rangers Cottage with its gracious verandah and knowledgeable staff.
Posted at 1:22 am , on December 7, 2016
Leaves have fallen and now blanket the forest floor. All signs are pointing to the end of fall. In my mind, there is no better season than fall. I welcomed the crisp cool air, the sound of leaves crunching softly beneath my boots, and the warmth of wool. As we enbrace the last portions of fall, I leave you with a collection of images from the season. Enjoy the last vestiges of color and welcome old man winter.
Posted at 3:31 am , on December 4, 2016
For a town full of history and character, Breckenridge loves to celebrate no matter the temperature. As Christmas carolers sing, over 100 Santas of all shapes and sizes converge on the town of Breckenridge for an annual charity race down Main Street. The non-timed sprint is part of this mountain community’s holiday season kickoff celebration, which includes a cookie station, free hot cocoa, caroling, and much more. There is never a dull moment in Breck. Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow!