Posts Tagged ‘car’

635 // December 16, 2009 Driving on I-70. Advertisements



606 // November 05, 2009 Driving downtown Denver, loved the colors and texture of this old beat-up car. Erased the plate, hope it is not too distracting from the photograph.

Rearview Mirror


579 // October 01, 2009 Sister in the driver’s seat.

Red Carts


570 // September 21, 2009 Shopping carts outside of Target in Edgewater, Colorado.

I’m Stranded


578 // August 19, 2009 Monaco Parkway & Hampden Avenue. She looked distraught the whole time–head down, cardboard sign that said she was stranded.

Huron Peak I


562 // July 12, 2009 To continue on the story of our hike, we started our Friday night camping out near the trailhead of Huron Peak. Dave found a camping spot by the Banker Mine (near 10,500ft). Early that next morning, we packed up and headed up. View of Huron Peak from below the summit. […]



517// May 17, 2009 Colfax Ave. in Lakewood, CO



452 // March 01, 2009 Did a lot of much-needed unplugging this weekend from the computer. My college roommate and her fiance came in to visit, and we did a lot of exploring around Boulder, Denver and a short trip up near Breckenridge for some snowshoeing. I’ll make up for the lack of posts with […]



435 // February 05, 2009 Or rather… ….tiiiiiiiiiiiin roof. Rusty. I think this will be in my head all weekend.

No War


358 // November 01, 2008 17th Street in downtown Denver.

245 // June 29, 2008 First, I want to thank everyone for the kind comments and emails about the unfortunate condition from Friday. We are in the clear and have been un-contagious — so much that our friends that were visiting came down to spend Saturday night with us. Anyway, we ended up going to […]



241 // June 25, 2008 Mini-van, 3.5 bedroom house and a tree swing. Childhood paradise or typical suburbia?

052 // December 07, 2007 It had just began to snow, so I ran outside to snap a photo — I liked the abandoned car under the streetlight coming through the trees. Everything around me was a little hazy due to the light, wet snow and it felt like December is finally settling in. Sepia […]