The Central Park Artists Pop Up Show last week was a great time meeting people in the community and enjoying the company of my fellow artists.
I realized as I was setting up the show that I have not posted some of my new photography work here on this blog. I’m rectifying that today and in the next few posts.
Today, I’d like to show you some pictures I took on a springtime visit to the Paint Mines Interpretive Park in El Paso County, Colorado, near Colorado Springs. Humans have been collecting the colorful clays here for 9,000 years.
Bands of oxidized iron, selenite and jasper, wind their way through spires and hoodoos formed through erosion. It’s an amazingly beautiful place, seemingly in the middle of nowhere.