Monthly Archives: July 2012

I reintroduced myself to Bear Lake a few weeks ago after a brief falling-out in 2010. I realize now that it was me, not her. I smartened up this time and approached her with fresh eyes. I’m guessing that next time will be even better.

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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. […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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