Monthly Archives: September 2013

Abyss In the Sky

Abyss In the Sky

Abyss – An immeasurably deep chasm, depth, or void: “lost in the vast abysses of space and time” (Loren Eiseley). The primeval chaos out of which it was believed that the earth and sky were formed.

Scenic landscape view at Pella Ponds in Boulder County Colorado with an apocalyptic sunset colorful angry sky.

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Looking Through The Colorful Sunset to Blue

Looking Through The Colorful Sunset to Blue

A beautiful epic sunset with blue sky behind the colorful majestic clouds.  A scenic country landscape view looking west to the Colorado Rocky Mountains in Boulder County where the sky meets the land. Read the rest of this entry

Thunderstorm Rears Ugly Head

Thunderstorm Rears Ugly Head

 

The leading edge of a Colorado thunderstorm showing it massive ugly scary head in the sky at sunset.
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Spider Web Of Diamonds

Spider Web Of Diamonds

 Went out today to see what I could shoot on the Great Colorado flood but found out very quickly I could not get any where because of all the roads closed around me.  Sometimes you find the coolest things right in your front yard.  An abstract view of Lily leaves with a spider that made it web across and the last of the raindrops from the great Colorado flood with diamond reflections.

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Tomatillos

Tomatillos

Tomatillo (toe-ma-tee-ohs) – Tomatillos are also called “tomate verde” in Mexico (which means green tomato) and are considered a staple in Mexican cooking. The tomatillo is a plant of the nightshade family, related to the cape gooseberry, bearing small, spherical and green or green-purple fruit of the same name. Tomatillos originated in Mexico, and are a staple of that country’s cuisine.

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1st Day of Rain Great Colorado Flood

1st Day of Rain Great Colorado Flood

A scenic landscape stormy view of cattle grazing the Colorado Rocky Mountain foothills in Boulder County with low laying clouds hanging on the first day of many rainy days of the Great Colorado Flood.
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American Stream Reflections

American Stream Reflections

Landscape scenic nature view of South Boulder Creek with little waterfalls, a long exposure and reflections of a red, white and blue American USA Flag.   Read the rest of this entry

9-11 We Will Never Forget

9-11 We Will Never Forget 2011

 September 11, 2001 we will never forget you and what happen. And Never forget how 9-11 brought The USA together as a nation. A 9-11 memorial image  Lightning bolts striking in the sky with car light trails with the world Trade Center on 9-11 painted in and an USA American Flag background.

South Boulder Creek Little Waterfalls Rollinsville BW

South Boulder Creek Little Waterfalls Rollinsville BW

Landscape scenic nature view of South Boulder Creek with little waterfalls and long exposure,  Rollinsville Colorado.

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South Boulder Creek Sunset View Rollinsville Colorado

South Boulder Creek Sunset View Rollinsville Colorado

Scenic landscape view of a slow flow South Boulder Creek at sunset in Rollinsville Colorado southwest of Boulder. South Boulder Creek, which rises at Rogers Pass on the Continental Divide, just south of the Moffat Tunnel. South Boulder Creek flows 40.0 miles (64.4 km) through Rollinsville, Gross Reservoir, and Eldorado Canyon before leaving the mountains and curving past the south and east sides of Boulder to its mouth at Boulder Creek. Read the rest of this entry

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