Here are some of my favorites pictures from September:
After our stay in the Springs, we headed up to Loveland for an amazing stay with Auntie Car & Unkie Doo. We visited the Swetsville Zoo for the first time in many years, spent a bunch of time on the lake, and did our first escape room at Fort Fun.
I started off in Colorado Springs with a couple days of meetings, and then the girls flew out to join me.
Some video clips from our day on July 25, 2019.
I took all the JPEGs still on my camera from the last 3.5 months and made them into a timelapse movie.
My friend Tom and I spent a few days exploring Great Sand Dunes National Park and the surrounding area back in April. It’s a spectacular valley and we had a great time getting some really good pictures. The trip ended with vomiting at a Walgreen’s.
We spent the first half of the week in Colorado Springs.
Midweek, we headed up to Loveland to stay with Auntie Car and Unkie Doo. We hadn’t been there since Aly was just a toddler, but we had a blast as we always did on previous visits.
After a great week in Colorado, I dropped the girls off at DEN and then picked up my friend Tom for our adventure at Great Sand Dunes National Park, which is coming up in the next post.
Here are some of my favorite pictures from December:
In search of dark skies, a couple of friends and I headed east from Colorado Springs in early December to a tiny little park called Paint Mines Interpretive Park, where we shot pictures of the distant windmills and the night sky. It was very cold, but lots of fun.
Christmas 2018 – Holland
Christmas 2018 – Milford
Christmas 2018 – Rochester
Here are some of my favorite pictures I took in November:
I was in Colorado in late September, and had the chance to spend a weekend in the mountains, going from Colorado Springs > Twin Lakes > Aspen and back. Twin Lakes looks like it might be a great location for night shooting, so I plan to check that out in the future. The fall colors were quite strong already at the higher elevations, with the signature yellow of the aspen trees. It was a great couple days!