Monthly Archives: July 2017

One Golden Afternoon — Colorado Nature Art

A scenic view of the Boulder Flatirons in the distance from Coot Lake in Boulder County Colorado as a thunderstorm is rolling in over the Rocky Mountains. This place is a dogs paradise. If you live here and have not been out here, you will want to put this on your list. Located roughly…

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Beautiful Upper Copeland Falls Art Prints — Colorado Nature Art

This beautiful Copeland waterfall is located in the Wild Basin Area of Rocky Mountain National Park. It’s a totally different area then the main park west of Estes. The Wild Basin Area is north of Allens Park and south of Estes. Definitely you will want to put it on your bucket list of places…

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American White Pelicans Prints — Colorado Nature Art

Do you love Pelicans? We do after watching them on the lakes.  These can be pretty big birds that look prehistoric when they fly.  American White Pelicans are protected under the Migratory Bird Treaty Act of 1918.  The first time we saw one in Colorado, thought we were seeing things.  American White Pelicans can look like Whooping Cranes in flight.  They migrate here in the summertime.

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Highway 36 To Beautiful Boulder Colorado Art Print — Colorado Nature Art

Hi…. My Name Is Bo Insogna, (Pronounced like lasagna ) I am a recovering Lightning Storm Chaser. This will be year 30 for me as it all started in 1987 at Arizona Monsoon Season. When thunder roars…. I am normally out the door (now they have an app for that. LOL). Grab my gear and…

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Highway 36 Express Lane Framed Print — Colorado Nature Art

This is a view of highway 36 heading out east of Boulder Colorado to Denver with moving cars and light going in both directions. A long exposure with a tripod to get this fine art effect. Before this shot we were doing a time lapse of thunderstorms coming in over the Flatirons. Next we shot…

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Rollinsville Colorado Starlight View Metal Print — Colorado Nature Art

An astrophotography nighttime view of Rollinsville Colorado elevation 8,474 feet population 181. This is my hang out and happy place. If you ever drive through here check out the “Stage Stop’. It’s a very cool bar and restaurant. They get great music here too. Bands line up to play this room. It’s great with a…

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Refreshing Green Wilderness Waterfalls — Colorado Nature Art

Some of the best hiking and views can be along a nice flowing stream. It is a great way to not get lost too. But you do need to always be aware of your surroundings. As they say, water is life…and you will find lots of it around streams. Growing up in PA you had…

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Romantic Forest Stream Canvas Print — Colorado Nature Art

This is a view of Ouzel Creek in the Rocky Mountain National Park Wild basin Area, a fantastic place for a nice family hike or a romantic one for a picnic. One thing about Colorado if you live the lower elevation it is easy to beat the heat by just going up in elevation. Twenty…

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Silky Cascading Stream Framed Print — Colorado Nature Art

One way to beat the heat of the dog days of summer in Colorado is to find one of the many cascading streams flowing off of the mountains and take it all in. This is a very long exposure of Ouzel Creek in Rocky Mountain National Park wild Basin Area. This was taken on the…

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Driving Into Boulder City Lights — Colorado Nature Art

A very long exposure of Highway 93 coming to Boulder from the South. For years We always heard about the Curse of Chief Niwot, the version heard was “all that lay eyes on this Boulder valley will never be able to leave”. But that is not the real version, here it is “People, seeing the…

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