Lookagain's PhotoBlog

It’s common to get snow in the Rockies during the month of May. Shot this a few days ago (5/11/19) and as you can see Pikes Peak is covered in white. You’ll…

Collage of four detail shots I took of the Mother’s Day flower arrangement I received today. Thanks, kids! 😊❤️

Mud road through the prairie travels on to meet the horizon and in time the setting sun. Gove County, Kansas

Recently visited tthese fascinating rock formations which rise from the relatively flat prairie land in Gove County, Kansas, very close to the exact center of…

Shot a few days ago at Garden of the Gods in Colorado Springs. Spring is finally setting in! Although truth be known this place is gorgeous no matter the season…

My daughter observed over FaceTime the other day that our Schnauzer pup, JJ, looks like he has bunny ears. Since I don’t have a bunny, he substituted as the…

Love to wander with my camera at the Xeriscape Garden in Colorado Springs. On the best day there so far I had the opportunity to observe and photograph a couple…

Easy to stay in bed just a few minutes longer. Get up instead and face the glorious morning. See the promise of hope, fresh opportunity and another new…

A little strange? Yeah, my cat, Cookie, usually shows very little interest in any food (including treats) except for cat food in her bowl. After I was done…

My trusty Merrell hiking boots - have taken me many a mile. One of my favorite places to hike? Why, Garden of the Gods in Colorado Springs, of course!

The snow covered covered pines stand tall in the morning sun sheltering the old cabin. On the road to Crags Trail, Teller County, Colorado

An 1800s cabin that belonged to Adeline Hornbek, built on her homestead near Florissant, Colorado. Now preserved on the grounds of Florissant Fossil Beds…

This shot is related to my February 3rd post, Blast from the Past, where you can read more information about the tunnels in Eleven Mile Canyon.

Looking forward to the warmer days of spring and summer when we can do some camping. These scenes are from last May when we camped at South Fork, Colorado on…

Would you like to join me on the deck for a cup of coffee? Hmm...I thought not. The infamous “bomb cyclone,” a dangerous, monster storm hit Colorado and other…

Life begins to appear when train tracks are abandoned. The bright, cheerful wildflowers move in amongst the rails, ties and gravel, bravely staking their claim.…

Have been visiting family in Kansas City. They have a white mini Schnauzer and so do we so I took the opportunity to shoot them in a basically white setting.…

A few inches of new snow, just enough to brighten the landscape, yet leave roads passable. So back up to Rampart Range Road for some views of snowy,…
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