This photograph is dedicated to the mysterious midnight workers who conspire with Mother Nature to leave abandoned, character-rich log cabins and ramshackle old barns out in the middle of nowhere for me to find during approaching storms. I cannot thank you guys enough.
Monthly Archives: July 2012
Everybody, meet Monarch Lake. Monarch Lake, this is everybody. This must be a hidden treasure for locals of Grand County, situated at the termination of County Road 6, a long, rattly, windy gravel road that runs along the south shore of Lake Granby. It is, without reservation, one of the most beautiful lakes I’ve ever seen. […]
Since I am pressed for time this morning, I’ll leave you with this simple scene and this simple thought: In this day and age when subtle signs of human intervention seem to be woven into the fabric of “wilderness,” it is thrilling to find the untouched places.
Some side roads lead to unexpectedly beautiful places. Teri, Gavin, and I first found this one on a foggy morning off of Highway 34 in rural Grand County, Colorado, near Granby Lake. A few days later, I explored it again when I headed out by myself while the girls slept in. I wanted to see […]
Of all the times I have been to the alpine summit of Rocky Mountain National Park over the past fifteen or so years, I have never been there at sunset, until last Wednesday. The alpine tundra is such a beautiful otherworldly experience, and even more so as the sun lowers, revealing the majestic relief of […]
I have decided to approach things a little differently in order to breathe some life into this neglected blog. My life has taken on a new level of complexity since the addition of our wonderful daughter to our lives, and the prospect of hammering out a full summary of an entire day’s shooting or a […]