Lookagain's PhotoBlog

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,…

When the snow begins anywhere from two to a half dozen mule deer congregate near our deck hoping for a handout. Unfortunately, no luck for them since our city…

"The color of springtime is in the flowers; the color of winter is in the imagination." ~Terri Guillemets

Tunnels blasted in the 1800s to make make way for steam locomotives now serve sightseers and fly fisherman as they wind their way up Eleven Mile Canyon in Park…

Rampart Range Road is high on a mountain ridge just above my town - it can get bumpy and sometimes rough, but there’s always a beautiful sight to see, no matter…

One of my favorite subjects to shoot - love spending time watching these noble beasts. Lucky to have a couple herds within an hour’s drive of my home. This shot…

Snow-covered mountains, a sight to behold - shot from Wilkerson Pass, looking across South Park. The many views of the mountains over the seasons never fail to…

Shot this last year from road going through Owl Creek Pass near Ridgway, Colorado. This area is know for the filming of the original John Wayne movie, True…

Found in the wonderful, wide open spaces of South Park, Colorado. A couple centuries ago these noble beasts roamed this area in massive herds of thousands. A…

If you peek through the pines, you can spot some fortunate family's mountain home. They enjoy their view of this beautiful landscape every day, all year long.…

The Hayman Fire, the largest forest fire in Colorado history (140,000 acres) burned very near this spot in 2002. In fact, you can see many burned trees on that…

Autumn's going away, leaves fallen, color faded...but I wanted to share this photo I shot last year near Cripple Creek, Colorado because it's one of my all time…
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