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Break In The Clouds

Continuing with more fall colors from Rocky Mountain National Park. It was cloudy, 27 degrees with wind gust of 20-25mph on this particular morning as I was hiking down one of the many park trails. All of a sudden there was a break in the clouds revealing the mountains and natures brilliant colors. Being one […]

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Fall Colors In The Rockies

The main goal of my recent trip to Rocky Mountain National Park was to photograph the annual ritual of the elk rut. Of course with it being early fall I was trying to take the best guess at to try and schedule my trip to also time the peak of the fall colors. The fall […]

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Big Thompson River

Of course not only was it time for the elk rut in Rocky Mountain National Park but also time for the fall colors. One of the things that I enjoyed was the many opportunities to photography along the rivers that flow throughout the park as there were several days of gray overcast skies. This is […]

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The Contrabando

The Contrabando consists of an original adobe building called ‘La Casita’ and several later additions that became part of the Contrabando during its use as a movie set.The movie set was constructed in 1985 for the Roy Clark film Uphill all the Way. The site has been used as a set for a total of […]

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Seven Minutes

The image above is very similar to the photo in the previous post. The only changes are a slight change in the composition as well as the photo above being shot seven minutes after the photo in the previous post. Notice how the overall colors and tones in this image are different from the ones […]

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Rockport, Texas

I just returned from a week of traveling down to south Texas to photograph birds and whatever else I stumbled across. My week began at the Texas Photo Ranch, located near Refugio, Texas to photograph various songbirds. The later part of the week was spent in the Rockport, Texas area looking for other birds to […]

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Stars Over Fort Griffin

This past Friday a group of us from the West Texas Photographic Society were given access to Fort Griffin during the evening hours to do a little light painting of a few of the old historical structures. The image above is one of the photos from our light painting adventure. This particular photo is actually […]

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You Can See For Miles & Miles

We may not have big beautiful trees in this part of the country but that is only so we can see for miles and miles to behold some of the most beautiful sunsets that one will ever witness. The challenge is always finding something to include in the foreground of the image. On this day […]

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