Blooming in January is difficult, but in Colorado everything is either dead or covered in snow. So I headed to Phelan Garden, a nursery in town where I know I can always find something to shoot in the winter time! What cool about this place is the greenhouse0 Thanks/Like
I started this project with the intent to go down and capture some of the protesters in the park and the “sad” was how our country has turned so soft with “everyone’s a winner” attitude that these folks forgot how to actually lose. When I got to the1 Thanks/Like
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The “mine” mentality in the photography world sometimes gets taken way too literally. While, yes, as photographers we “own” all of our images – the images given to a client are “theirs” to use in ANY manner that their license agreement states – period.
All too often, I see photographers with0 Thanks/Like
Rocky Mountain Mule Deer: The Mule Deer gets its named for its ears, which are large like those of the mule. This doe was with a small group - and her buck was not far behind.
Unlike the related white-tailed deer, mule deer are generally more associated with the land west of the Missouri River,0 Thanks/Like
I live in Fountain, Colorado - just south of Colorado Springs home of America’s Mountain - Pikes Peak. But for this challenge, I thought I would show you something just a bit different. When most people think of Colorado, they think the Rocky Mountains and for the most part they would be right. What they0 Thanks/Like