Winding up a very busy past couple of weeks here in Colorado. Summer is in full swing and there is more adventure to come.
I have two moose photography tours coming up, one starts on July 29th and the next begins on August 12th. With a one week break in between, I’ll have enough time to get some fresh moose photos edited and to update the stock catalogs.
I’ve been working steadily trying to get ahead of the curve with my Fstoppers articles. The most recent effort involved me spending a day working at Coors Field with the team photographers for the Colorado Rockies. A lot of planning and coordinating went in to that effort and I do like the final result. I’m looking forward to sharing that effort with everyone.
Today though, is Scenic Saturday. So sit back, enjoy a summer Saturday and try to take in a little scenery if you get the chance.
I’ve been a bit under the weather these past few days. I have no motivation to get out for photographs until this head/sinus thing clears up.
Which brings me to this photo of Mt. Bierstadt. Bierstadt is a 14,065 ft peak next to Mt. Evans. Taken on June 20th, 2016 during a photo tour from near the summit of Mt. Evans after a storm front moved through. It’s a little gnarly driving up to the summit in a snow/hail/rain storm but the payoff was this spectacular scene near sunset.
Mt. Evans was under the weather on that occasion, so this is my symbolism for the day. There is usually sunshine on the horizon, you just have to wait for it.
Looking forward to a relaxing weekend here in the Rocky Mountains.
Trudy is at the cabin on one of her home improvement missions. I tend to step aside and watch the wood chips fly when she takes on a project. The photos from her adventure are looking promising. I just love having a gal who loves tools.
A day of melting snow and dealing with Amazon for another Amazon Prime fouled up order.
Amazon Prime. I signed up for a year last Summer, mainly to get free 2-day shipping. Well, the shipping turns out to be free but it’s seldom 2 day, more often 5 or 6 depending on the day of the week.
My recommendation, avoid it. It’s not worth the money.
Other than that, things are well here in the foothills of Denver.
Doobie has discovered that he can get to any horizontal surface in the kitchen. Trudy found him gobbling down the last of a box of danish this morning. No matter what you do, they always act like dogs. Doobie is a chow hound.
I’m plotting out a bit of Railroad photography for this year. I need fresh stuff man.