I am all about spreading the love... ...like this art project on my ceiling. I painted the angels to set a welcoming tone in my house even though you would have to strain to hear their horns. Lots of love up there, don't you think? I love old family photos: I love joking around and... Continue Reading →
Talk yourself out of taking risks or imagine an adventure where all the moving parts work together in perfect harmony and go for it.
Danny and I embrace our weirdness and dress up as Morticia and Gomez Addams every Halloween. I find it transformational when donning a wig, applying dark makeup and slipping into Morticia's character for the night. I remember the original drawings of The Addams Family created by Charles Samuel Addams. He had an interesting fascination of the macabre and drew over... Continue Reading →
Last weekend the International Snow Sculpture Championship began in Breckenridge, Colorado. Sculptors from around the world came to compete. They all started with the same block of snow. These were my favorites. Bright colored lights added quite the theatrical dimension. A mighty fist bump. The widow maker. An entry from Breckenridge, Colorado. A... Continue Reading →
Seasonal transition in Colorado often means snow, one of my favorite things. What's your favorite? This is a response to The Weekly Photo Challenge - Transition.
Need a new blog post? Seeing a lot of the same ideas floating around the Interwebs and don't want to drown in oversaturation? Trying to come up with something new but just can't think of anything? Here are 12 new blog post ideas for whatever time of year it is, even if it's not November... Continue Reading →
I have always wanted to shoot a moose... with my camera. They are huge animals which can be aggressive and dangerous. They are also majestic and fearless, qualities I have always admired. A few years ago, I freaked out and fumbled with my phone as a cow and her calf pranced by the liftline in... Continue Reading →
A couple of weeks ago my husband Danny and I drove up to the Mount Grays and Torreys trailhead. My SUV wound up the steep dirt road so slow a granny with a walker could have passed us at times. While struggling over rocks and pot holes in the comfort of my Toyota Highlander, I... Continue Reading →
Last week, I biked outside for the first time since knee surgery. Surrounded by vivid color, I had to stop and take a few photographs. I had looked forward to riding to Hygiene, about ten miles away, but the skies threatened. It has been stormy here in Boulder County. When I rode again yesterday, I... Continue Reading →