He Saw…She Saw…Lower Cataract Lake, CO

As you all know, one of the great joys of being a photography couple is seeing the world through each other’s eyes.  Usually, Mary is tight and telephoto, and I am wide-angle.  Here, we got crossed. Continue reading

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He Saw. She Saw. Point of View and Color

Mary - always getting to the essence of the subject

Mary – always getting to the essence of the subject

Making photos as a team allows both of us to engage in our own vision of a subject and guarantees we usually have two distinct points of view.  We almost never even have a conversation about this, but invariably we end up covering all the bases of a particular subject.  Here is a good example: Continue reading

See and Photograph Mesa Verde in 24 Hours

Cliff Palace

We have all seen images of these world famous, beautiful, and remarkable cliff dwellings. Before our trip I was terribly excited to see them in-person and make a few photos.  Here is a plan to do it all in just twenty-four hours. Continue reading

A Weekend in Rocky Mountain National Park

Saint Malo Catholic Church – Allenspark,CO

Mary is from Denver (Golden) Colorado, so we visit at least once a year.  Rocky Mountain National Park is known for its elevation.  Most of the Park is above 7,500 feet and the Trail Ridge Road, which crests at over 12,000 feet, is the highest paved road in the country.  We spent a long weekend there during the Elk rut.  Here is what you might see. Continue reading