That’s right folks, Mt. Sunflower just across the border with Colorado is the highest point in the Sunflower state. At 4039 ft. ASL. I reached here without any supplemental oxygen! Nor with the aide of Sherpas!
Author Archives: Flying Cloud Photographer
My new part time job takes me to Goodland, KS as well as to Atwood. I am just now exploring this town in NW Kansas. The photo on the right is one of their claims to fame. A large Van Gogh picture on a huge easel. Not sure how that came about – perhaps fromContinue reading “Goodland, KS”
Located in Colby, Kansas is a wonderful Prairie Museum. While of particular interest to people from that area it is also quite the trip back in time. Both inside and outside the exhibits are well done. They have the largest barn in Kansas on site.
Geological Formations of Western Kansas
Top row is the newest State Park in Kansas – Little Jerusalem State Park south of Oakley, KS on HWY 83. On the same road and north of LJSP is Monument Rock seen on the bottom row of pics. Other formations to see in Kansas include: Castle Rock in Gove County, Rock City Minneapolis KS,Continue reading “Geological Formations of Western Kansas”
Travels East of Denver
I needed some ‘rural’ time so I took I 76 to Hudson, CO then State Highway 52 east till the junction of Highway 79. Then I went south to Bennett Co, then home on I70. These are photos made with the Film versions of the Leica CL shot on Ilford XP2 but developed in BWContinue reading “Travels East of Denver”
Rocky Mountain Arsenal
Life doesn’t happen along the interstate. It’s against the law William Least Heat-Moon
Last Chance Module
This is Commercial photo of the art installation just outside of Last Chance, Colorado. It is amazing to see this in person. I have visited this site several times and here is another commercial view of the site Now finally are my photos – it is an artistic challenge to know how to best portrayContinue reading “Last Chance Module”
Prairie Madness is Trade Marked
This is old news but awhile back I decided to attempt to get the phase “Prairie Madness” trade marked. It is the name of my photo book that has been used to generate donations for prairie preservation. I realized without having the trademark that at some time in the future someone could obtain it andContinue reading “Prairie Madness is Trade Marked”
Back to Kansas
I will be returning to Kansas as part of my part time work. It actually was the last gig I did in Kansas that really activated my Prairie and Plains portfolio. So instead of dreading going to Kansas I look forward to expanding what I’ve done in the past.