Posts Tagged ‘People’

Embrace

06Dec09

628 // December 06, 2009 Zhong Biao, Mirage, 2009, at the Denver Art Museum. (C) the artist. Saturday I went to the Denver Art Museum with my sister-in-law and her friend; we ended up spending five hours there! It is much, much larger than I thought it was and must go back sometime soon. This […]


Backcountry

03Dec09

627 // December 03, 2009 Out and about, ready to drop down the mountain at any moment.


Small

30Nov09

623 // November 30, 2009 At the top of the trailhead of Mayflower Gulch, my two boys are dwarfed by the mountains behind them.


621 // November 27, 2009 Happy Thanksgiving! It has been a very relaxing and yet eventful past few days. Hubbie and I have escaped the city as of earlier this week, and have enjoyed some fresh mountain air. Along with a couple of personal friends who joined us, we had a huge turkey feast on […]


The Cold Stuff

12Nov09

611 // November 12, 2009 Ice cream and frozen custard stands in Florida. Post processing done in Photoshop.


608 // November 09, 2009 Having lunch on the beach at a restaurant over the weekend and my youngest sister was interested in photographs of her eye, to see how close we can get. I’ve stumbled upon this before, but I think I want to start a series of photographs called “Tiny Worlds”…. eyes are […]


573 // September 25, 2009 Passing by, this photo was taken from the car. At first I thought, “shoot, I have a bunch of bikes and power lines in the photo, instead of getting a beautiful shot of the flatirons and grass”. However, I think this photograph came our like a great little accident. In […]


Games

30Aug09

586 // August 30, 2009 We had our third annual Beer Olympics this weekend – Ireland (my team) got the gold in Ladie’s Bags, Hockey (cards) and Darts – with various other silver and bronzes…but ultimately lost (two points under) of the Overall Medals to America, Scotland and Germany. Fun times, good people, there is […]


576 // August 17, 2009 I’ve shown you photos that I’ve taken with my Holga, but have I ever shown you what it looks like? It’s a little toy camera made out of plastic, and the kicker/fun part of it is that there are certain to be light leaks, exposing the negative film inside and […]


567 // July 29, 2009 White hat with some of Keystone resort in the background.


561 // July 11, 2009 We hiked up and summited Huron Peak this morning. It was the best view I have ever seen in my life. More on our trip tomorrow – we’ve been dozing in and out of sleep since coming home… We both wanted to send out a congratulations to newlyweds Steve and […]


Mt. Quandary

05Jul09

556 // July 05, 2009 Mt. Quandary stands at 14, 265 as the unquestioned monarch of Summit County. It can be seen quite clearly from CO9 in between Hoosier Pass and Breckenridge, in addition from the top of Dercum Mountain in Keystone while skiing. In the typical early-to-mid summre Colorado weather that can’t make up […]


Posing

04Jun09

532 // June 04, 2009 /> Girl posing at Red Rocks.


501 // April 26, 2009 My camera “lens” – the teeny-tiny hole Today was Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day. What’s pinhole photography? Well, read more about it here and here to understand a little more. Negative pinhole photography print on paper I participated by attending a class presented by the non-profit Denver Darkroom downtown. We met […]