Wildlife Wednesday

There used to be a nice area north of Denver International Airport where burrowing owls could be easily photographed, however, construction and man’s intrusion into nature has forced the owls elsewhere. Pawnee Grasslands is the most popular area to find them these days, but I’ve heard that there are some locations not far from Ft….

Moose Monday

Happy Moose Monday. I’m looking forward to a fun summer of moose photography. Here’s a nice shot of a bull, taken in 2016.  Never before published. I have some cool stuff in the works and once all my Moose are lined up, I’ll fill everyone in. Life is good here in Colorado.

Sheep Sunday

I’m playing with the idea of not posting photos directly to Facebook and instead putting them on my blog and then posting the link on Facebook. A technical matter, designed to keep the management of my photos more simple. I’ve realized that I’m leaving images hanging out on Facebook far too long and that is…

The Local Duck Pond

I’ve been a bit dormant on the photography front for the past several weeks. Getting everything ready for summer and that type of stuff. I made a trip out to my local Duck Pond the other day with my friend Tim. Nice afternoon sunlight, lots of interesting birds. Here’s a sample.

Time For Summer Fun

Despite the lack of blog entries recently, I’m still alive and well. I’ve been knee deep in getting my cabin fired up for the summer and this year has been a particularly busy time with several renovations going on.  I’m just about done with that business. While in Red Feather Lakes, I usually take a…

Obsolete Camera, Cheap Lens, Iconic Photo

Photography can be a lonesome venture. Particularly when one retires from the business, but still continues practicing the art. Like many retirees who are hobbyist/enthusiast photographers, and that’s what I call myself now that I’m no longer actively seeking clients, we look to the social aspects of photography to fill the void of working with…

The Return of the Train

I took a two year break from photographing steam trains between the Summer of 2016 and the Autumn of 2018.  My last Georgetown Loop photo tour was during the Summer of 2016. I guess that after 7 years of doing the photo tours, it was becoming more of a problem and less interesting. I always…

May The Moose Be With You

Winter’s last gasps are upon us.  My back is improving to the point where I can contemplate actually doing things that don’t involve a television remote control. Life is renewing itself. I’ve been reading the photography websites (nothing better to do while laid up) and the subject of Adobe Creative Cloud keeps popping up. Seems…

Things Grind To A Halt

My plans have changed. In a perfect world I would be in Kentucky right now, visiting with family, friends and doing a bit of Kentucky horse photography. The problem of course is in my back, which still hasn’t returned to normal from a recent injury.  The doctor will be taking a look at it later…