“Things are looking up!” I remember my dad using that same expression. He was an optimist and passed it on to me. No matter how challenging the day or the circumstances
There’s nothing quite like the fascinating beauty and energy of a cold quick crick running through a Colorado woods. I want to drink it, feel it in my hands and capture it’s beautiful energy. Sit and stay for a short while and led cold quick crick wash away
Blue is my favorite color. Don’t misunderstand, I love all the colors of the rainbow, but when I see the color blue I feel calm and connected. I was eager to share my portrait of a blue Columbine, the state flower of my home state of Colorado, that I met one recent morning.
I was recently invited by gallery owner and artist Abigail Kreuser and my tree-hugger friend Deb to participate in the stream of virtual events arranged to help people see, enjoy
Enjoying my hike at dawn, I was snapping photos of new growth in plants, blossoms and trees when I came upon winter’s gift to spring.
I walked past many blooming crabapple trees on the way to school in the small east coast town I grew up in. I remember their pinkness and the dark cherry colored, dare to eat one
This sprig of oak chose to make a regal entrance to the day sporting purple garb and covered in jewels