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Our trip over Slumgullion Pass between Creede and Lake City.

October 18, 2016  •  Leave a Comment

After leaving a sad event in Creede, Colorado, we decided to go over Spring Creek Pass and Slumgullion Pass on Hwy 149 to Lake City. What a spectacular trip. The fall colors were in their full glory.

Fourteeners Above Fall ColorsFourteeners Above Fall ColorsUncompagre and Wetterhorn Peaks Criss-cross ColorsCriss-cross ColorsLoved all the intersecting hillside colors. Autumn Above Browns LakeAutumn Above Browns LakePart of the Colorado Mineral Belt Patchy AutumnPatchy AutumnUncompagre Peak and the Colorado Mineral Belt


September 26, 2016  •  Leave a Comment

I apologize for the last two blogs that did not have any photos. I have since corrected. Enjoy

America's Park photos

May 19, 2016  •  Leave a Comment

Here are the photos that were accepted into the America's Park exhibition.

Low Clouds Glacier BayLow Clouds Glacier Bay Colorful Petrified Tree StumpColorful Petrified Tree Stump

American Parks: A Centennial Celebration

May 16, 2016  •  Leave a Comment

I am very happy to announce that two of my photo art have been selected to participate the America's Parks: A Centennial Celebration exhibition. John Fielder was the judge for this event. In conjunction to this exhibition, a special exhibition of Ansel Adam's works titled "Ansel Adams: Classic Images", a private collection of works owned by Anne Adams Helms, daughter of the photographer. The exhibition dates are June 7 through August 7, 2016. Artists' reception is June 12, 2016 from 2-4 pm. Hope to see you there (Sangre de Cristo Arts Center, 210 N. Santa Fe Ave., Pueblo, Colorado). Photos will be uploaded this week of my selected art work.

Death Valley and Alabama Hills

March 28, 2016  •  Leave a Comment

I recently took a trip to Death Valley to catch the super bloom. I was amazed at the fields of flowers and the landscape as well. I have never been to Death Valley and in my mind, I thought it was all flat like it was in Badwater. The architecture of rocks was amazing. I was at the lowest point in the United States in Badwater which was at 282 feet below sea level. Someone suggested that I go to Alabama Hills which was about an hour from our campsite in Death Valley. The drive was amazing. Joshua trees all along the way. Alabama Hills was also beautiful as well with lots of moon-like features, sitting below the Sierra Nevadas and had a great view of Mt Whitney from our new campsite. Lots of movies made in this area since the 1920s to currently. Here are some samples from my website. You be the judge of the landscape.

Badwater ReflectionBadwater ReflectionAcres of the Desert Gold flowers in Death Valley Desert Gold Super BloomDesert Gold Super BloomBesides flowers, some of the colors in Death Valley Arch and Mt WhitneyArch and Mt WhitneyAlabama Hills landscape Cholla on the MoonCholla on the MoonThis is what most of Alabama Hills looks like.

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