I’ve not done much shooting . . . photo shooting, that is. A few shots here and there, but really not that much. It’ll be a few months before that’s likely to change. For now, I thought I would go back many years and reprocess some photos of old . . .
. . . like this contorted trunk I shot in 2006 while hiking in Fox Run Park. Oddly enough, we’ve never seen any foxes in Fox Run. Perhaps they were running too fast and I missed them.
This next pair of shots, a Salsify bulb and the B&W Negative of it, are also from 2006. This particular Salsify seed ball was in my yard.
Shortly after shooting the above, I shot these next flowers. We used to have a lot of them, but they apparently do not do well here because I eventually lost them.
In May 2007, I took a detour while heading to work. I cut through Garden of the Gods to capture the early morning sun illuminating the red rocks as Pikes Peak stood vigil over them.
A few days later, a red finch would pose for me right outside the office.
By July of 2007, the snow finally gone, the flowers were busy doing what flowers do . . .
. . . and they carried on into August.
July of 2008 had us traveling over Independence Pass on our way to Aspen and Snowmass in the company of friends.
In July of 2008, I also captured some of my favorite hummingbirds action shots.
A stroke of luck, that was. That, and the amazing 80-400mm Nikon lens.
By late July 2008, some of my favorite wildflowers gave me a show during lunch break at work.
I’ll stop here because it’s late and I’m tired. Goodnight.
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