Had the opportunity to display some of my photographs at a local art show in Brush, Colorado. This is a ranching community on the eastern plains of Colorado about 90 miles from Denver. Unfortunately my amateur status remains intact as I didn’t sell any photographs.
While I’ve been gone from this blog I’ve not been idle. Far from it. Besides our trips to Moab and The Black Hills this year, during COVID we traveled across Wyoming into Montana. I also discovered with the help of another photographer the wonders of the Rocky Mountain Arsenal Wildlife Preserve. In it’s day theContinue reading “The Speedy Bison”
This blogster is sorry for his absence from these pages. Sometimes I have too many paddles in the river so to speak. I’d actually forgotten about this blog until the ‘renew Me’ notice popped up. I love the name I gave this web site so I thought I would renew for one more year andContinue reading “We are not dead but we do smell funny”
Prairie Madness is my newest Photobook concentrating on images of the plain or prairie. Some have appeared on this website – most are new to viewers. The title comes from an ailment that supposedly afflicted the early settlers as they traveled across the great expanse of empty land. I think there is a more modernContinue reading “Prairie Madness – New Photobook”
As seen at the opening of the Vintage Trailer Supply store in Santa Fe, New Mexico
Every year in the late summer, early fall there is a migration of 8 to 10 year old brown back Oklahoma tarantulas looking for mates. The females are hunkered down in burrows on the plains. While they can live to 20 or more years of age their mates die soon after the mating. We “patrolled”Continue reading “Tarantula Migration”
Comanche National Grassland is a National Grassland located in southeastern Colorado, United States. It is the sister grassland of Cimarron National Grassland and contains both prairie grasslands and canyons. It is separated into two sections, each operated by a local ranger district, one of which is in Springfield and the other of which is inContinue reading “Comanche Grasslands”