A Summer Trip

For a family reunion, I spent some time in Truchas, New Mexico this July. I thought I would share some of my pictures from Truchas and from Bandelier National Monument nearby. Wall Art in Truchas. Apricots ripening on the tree. At Bandelier National Monument. Rockwall art and a little friend. In the garden at the…

Sandhill Crane Migration

Last March, my mother and I drove to Monte Vista, Colorado. This small and old agricultural community and town is near the town of Alamosa and not far from the Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve. The reason we were there was to see some of the annual migration of the Sandhill cranes. These…

Earthly Beauty

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…

Eastern Colorado

These are from a road trip out on the plains last year, almost as far as the Nebraska border. Here’s a taste of the grassy plains and small town life.

Shoutout Colorado!

I’ve been profiled in Shoutout Colorado. Shoutout Colorado is part of the Los Angeles based Voyage Group Magazines that began with VoyageLA in 2015. Since then they’ve grown to about a dozen cities and share the stories of entrepreneurs and creatives.They hope to inspire important conversations within the community and puts artists, creatives and local…

Some Christmas Ornaments and Scenes

I took some photographs around the neighborhood and of Christmas ornaments for my Christmas cards this year. I hope you enjoy them. If you’re like me, you’re doubling down on trying to enjoy the winter holidays this year. We’re planning outdoor activities and distant greetings with loved ones. Lots of gifts and cards are going…

Día de los Muertos

Here are some sunny Day of the Dead celebration photos. Orange and yellow marigolds, butterflies, sugar skulls and dancing skeletons are the theme of the day.

The Wild in the City

I’ve taken several trips recently to the Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge. It’s on the northeastern edge of Denver with a view of downtown against the Rocky Mountain skyline. The grasslands of this refuge stretch all the way out to the Denver International Airport. And they support a large amount of wildlife. The largest…

Summer Gardens

Here are some more summer garden photographs to enjoy before we start to focus on fall and winter scenes.

Water Lilies

While it is snowing outside my window, I am revisiting the photographs of water lilies that I took at the Denver Botanic Gardens this year. As usual, if you are interested in any prints or merchandise with these photos, please visit this link and select the flowers collection to purchase. Enjoy some fleeting summer joy…