This won the Landscape category and was published in the magazine "Cowboys & Indian's" 2016 annual photo issue. The road seemingly leads to Mt. Sneffels but only as the crow flies.
While dining at an outdoor commissary, this raven landed on the concrete bollard. I offered a piece of tomato from my sandwich and in return he posed for a portrait. This has been another of my "best sellers".
Awarded "Best in Show" across all art mediums at the 2018 - 58th annual Artist's Alpine Holiday show, a national juried art show held in Ouray, CO. Judges Mike Simpson and Greg Owens. Update: Just won another award...1st place in the Pro Division at the Montrose Visual Art Guild's annual show.
A early snow dusts the spruce trees among the flaming yellow aspens of Colorado.
This truly was the last day of summer. We woke up to 10" of snow in Ridgway and decided to head up Red Mountain Pass to see what was left of the fall colors.
A behind the scene perspective.
Durango & Silverton narrow gauge trains from the 1800's are still in use though no longer for hauling ore; now it's a tourist destination from Durango to Silverton.
Old relics unexplainably draw my attention, possibly the muted colors and textures on steel that become sculpture-like.
A moody winter scene up on Last Dollar. Notice the little cabin in the background which puts scale to this scene.
Salvage yard in Norwood. Walked in one day years ago, looking for someone to ask if I could take photographs. When we finally did find someone we were politely asked to leave, which we did. Unfortunate as there were some pretty cool relics.
A lone spruce surrounded by glistening aspens.