Flying high in the skies on my trip circling the East Coast.
Here are the pics I took on today’s hike in Colorado Springs. It’s so nice to get back to daily walks with my camera like I was doing in California. Until the weather turns, I’ll be exploring a different area each time. This is definitely one of the most gorgeous outdoor states there is (despite that it gets cold!)
I am not so much a portrait photographer as I am a fine art photographer. I have a journalistic approach to both writing and photography and enjoy most what comes naturally. Capturing the details which are already there, in a unique and inspiring way, is what I do best.
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Let the mighty winds blow.
I found the shack while traveling across country somewhere in the U.S. I was driving down all these side roads that led to know where, hoping to find undiscovered treasures I could capture. After all, some of the greatest pictures come from such places. I stumbled across this after hiking through some fields.
This is the Alley Springs Mill located near Eminence, MO. We used go to a campground there every year for a two week gathering in the summer. There are some great rivers to play in and beautiful places to go hiking.
The pics with the blue looking water are unedited – don’t ask me how my camera (a Nikon D90) captured such gorgeous color.
These are a couple of the sites we saw driving into Colorado from the west coast while moving here. We were just in time to see the end of all the beautiful fall colors, as winter began making its way over the slopes.
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