March Snow – A Welcome Reprieve!

Cottonwood Park after March snow storm

After an extremely dry winter and a fire scare, March snow was a welcome reprieve! The heavy wet snow is just what the trees and soil need to prepare for the soon to follow, early Spring flower blooms. March in Colorado tends to be the snowiest month. Great for the mountains, skiers and snowboarders. I …

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When Fire Gets too Close for Comfort

Having spent the better part of my adult life living in various parts of the southwest – Southern CA, New Mexico and Colorado, I’m no stranger to wildfires. Sadly with climate change they’ve become larger and more frequent.  Wildfire season has expanded into almost a year-round event. But it can still catch you off guard …

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Happy New Year 2021!

Happy New Year written in the snow

Given the events of this past year, I suspect no one was sad to have 2020 come to a close. From the pandemic to politics, it’s been a wild ride! With the New Year off to a less than stellar start, it will be interesting to see how 2021 unfolds… Finding Winter Calm in the …

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Getting Creative with Crappy Photos

Have you ever gone out to take photos and think you’ve taken some great shots only to look at them on your computer and go BLECH – those are terrible. Your initial reaction may be to hit the delete them. Or you can try some experimentation with getting creative with crappy photos. For those of …

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