Daily Archives: February 27, 2014
Colorado Lightning Thunderstorm May 23rd, 2011. This storm came in from the south, I was in North Boulder County and saw it hitting over boulder and the Flatirons. There were four award winning shots that I took with my eyes and mind but could not get a good location to get that shot in time.
It was hitting about every ten to 15 minutes and lightning bolts hit over Boulder about 8 -10 times, good cloud to cloud and to ground strikes. By the time I got here it started to die and go north. This is the 2nd shot in this storm looking NW from 75th Street, west towards the Rocky Mountains front range foothills. Lights on the right are from IBM and behind that is Hay Stack Mountain. Buy a custom print online – Lightning Thunderstorm Over North Boulder Colorado
Vertical images of an Indian Teepee high up in the Colorado Rocky Mountains with a colorful sunset in the sky. This teepee goes up every year and is always a great part of my summer here in Colorado.
Some teepee facts: Teepees or tipi were originally used by American Indians as a portable shelter that could easily be moved if the tribe needed to relocate. They were built from commonly found materials like animal hides and wooden poles. The canvas of the tepee could be personalized by the inhabitant by painting on a tribal pattern or other design.
The first teepees were used by American Indians in the Great Plains. The name is derived from the Lakota tribe’s word “tipi,” which literally translates to “they dwell
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