My Solution




In yesterday’s post (“What Would You Do?”) I featured a towering waterfall located in Ouray, Colorado. The photo of the entire Cascade Falls shows the magnitude of this beautiful waterfall, but (at least, to me) seems to gloss over the many smaller features of the falls. I posed the simple question, “What Would You Do?”. […]

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What Would You Do?




While photographing wildflowers in Colorado’s San Juan Mountains, I was based in Ouray, Colorado. Inside the city limits, just a few blocks from where I was staying, is a beautiful waterfall, Cascade Falls. Easily accessible, it is located in a small park just a block away from the main drag of town. From the parking […]

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Shades of Red




During my Colorado wildflower road trip, I saw several species of Indian Paintbrush, each being a different color. Today’s post features one of the reddish varieties: I captured 15 images of the last image, varying the focus point and combining them together to get a nice, in-focus image (focus-stacking): I’ll share some of the other […]

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Yankee Boy Basin, Colorado




When we jeeped to Yankee Boy Basin, we had a wonderful waterfall (I featured that in a couple of earlier posts), and below the waterfalls, a great little stream with wildflowers lining the bank: This is a focus-stacked image, combining 3 images of varying focus point in Helicon Focus software. In the foreground are some […]

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