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.
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.
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”
Just a few more pictures taken in my travels around eastern Colorado
We’ve been toying with the idea of getting a plot of land east of Denver. In essence a chunk of prairie with views East and West. We were shown an abandoned farm and here are some of the photos from that trip.
Wanted to share the photography of Cort Anderson
Weather has always held an interest for me. Clouds and their formation are always interesting. For additional photos and discussion please consult my Weather Blog. I will have clouds aplenty on this blog.
Out ‘here’ grain elevators are all over the place. Some small and some large as a previous post showed. You would think that if you’ve seen one you’ve seen them all. Not so much so I present some that I have found ‘photogenic’
On my way into Colorado. This was on Highway 96 taking me to Eads, CO. This version on I 70 the big interstate is usually crowded with people wanting their picture taken in front of the sign. Here I had it all to myself.