Finally! The second book in my Rowan O’Donnell Mystery series is now out and available as an ebook where digital books are sold: Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Apple Books, Kobo and Smashwords, etc. In this short novel, Depth of Field, professional photographer and amateur sleuth finds death and adventure in the Colorado Rocky Mountains. A friend’s…
I have so much fun when I go exploring in my own backyard. Denver is a small city that is quickly becoming a large one. Lot’s of changes means sometimes we have to hunt for the old in the new.
I’m finally getting around to posting some of my images from Santa Fe last summer. We were there for the Native American Arts Festival last August. I love the light and colors in New Mexico. Adobe in particular makes an excellent background. Links to purchase these images are in the captions below. More images from…
Here are photos from day two in our French travels. Avignon was an amazing walled city. Their dedication to history and art is refreshing. And, ah yes, the food markets. I may have been food obsessed that day. A feast for the eyes (and the mouth).
I recently had my Stapleton Open Studios 2017 show where I displayed work from the year. So I will finally reveal photographs from my trip to France last October. It was so wonderful to see that country in the fall. The weather was wonderful in the South (a bit rainy in Paris) and the food…
Spent some time in the mountains the last few days. Enjoyed a nice hike and spent some time in Leadville.
Vermont is called the Green Mountain State. While, to this Colorado native, the Vermont mountains looks more like hills, it is most definitely green. We stayed at the Mountain Meadow Lodge in Killington, VT.
The parade begins at Cheesman Park.
Here are two of my favorite photographs from my most recent visit to the Denver Botanic Gardens. One is a closeup of a magnolia bud and the second is from the hothouse and is a closeup of a calla lily. I love that color!
More snow is predicted for this weekend. But, in the meantime, the flowers are starting their splendid, spring show.
Who can resist egg sized eggplants?