love the colors of the canal houses.
Lonely in the sand.
in karns parking lot
We were at a local vegetable stand just north of Bloomfield Colorado when I took this picture. Mostly what caught my eye was the abundance of different colors and textures all in one place. For me, the photo is very "active" as things to see are...
I captured this Monarch exploring in my flower garden.
This is the area my friend calls the Aspen Chapel where 60-80 year old Aspens make for a peaceful setting.
Wall of nostalgic Tanks manufactured by Harley Davidson since the company's inception.
When we took our boys fishing at the lake, our youngest little fisherman kept casting out his line and reeling it in just as fast as he could---each time positive that he had a catch. He would then look at his empty hook and proclaim "Awww, it must...
I spotted a number of these flowers growing in the area which was burned by the Hayman Fire of 2002. Although I searched the internet I was unable to find the name of this species. DOES ANYONE KNOW WHAT IT IS?
Used the opportunity to get more than usual within the plane of focus. With most of the top seeds gone it left a flatter plane to focus.
Ice had been forced onto shore by the wind, building up piles nearly ten feet high. This was a small window through a much larger ice block.
Tonto Forest spring 2005,
I wanted to isolate this pinecone and show-off the needles. The DOF gave a nice bokeh.
The photograph was taken at Mystic Harbor where they restore old whaling ships. This block and tackle piece was hanging in one of their maintenance areas. The light was highlighting the block with most of the rope in the shadows.
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