Raptors nest in these soft pink cliffs. Found in South Valley Park, Jefferson County, Colorado.
My first visit to this grove was in the Summer of 2008, when the aspens were bright green with white trunks. On this warm fall day they were deep gold, in shade.
This odd pentagonal structure resides in a small outdoor art gallery down the street from my office. The evening sun illuminated the frosted glass panels from behind.
Larger than it appears.
Backlit leaves by the pond late in the afternoon.
A view from a hill and a long lens bring the low clouds in front of mountains with fresh snow to the forefront.
A dark, cloudy day. Dark, cloudy leaves on a dark, cloudy tree.
I walked for miles on this day, but until this massive cloud front started to move in from the mountains nothing seemed worth photographing. It rose higher than the mountains as the wind pushed the low slung clouds out of the city.
Propane at a slow, rolling burn. It doesn’t show in a still but the flame was a pool of phosphorescent blue, ever shifting.
These lamps, lit at night, stand unlit during the day. The evening sun was happy to light them for me.
More than the shape, the texture of the metal on this work stood out against a blue sky.
The sunlight through the mist of this fountain created an excellent prism, and played games with the lightbox that is my camera.
A new art installation played light games, as seen from the interior of an existing piece.
Autumn brings with it the bursting of the cattails, and the release of thousands of tiny cottony seeds.
A long, narrow wheelchair ramp takes on another look entirely at night.