This morning’s sunrise was beautiful. enjoy!
A sunset, a monkey, some dogs, and mr. robin redbreast. enjoy!
I got a call from a good friend letting me know the moon was very pretty tonight. I knew I could not get out east fast enough so I shot it from my neighborhood. I ran outside with my tripod, my 7D, my 500mm lens, and no shoes. Of course I did not like the view from right out front my house, or one door down, or two doors down, or three doors down. Moral of the story, these socks are shot.
For Christmas I got a set of macro extension tubes. Today at lunch I put them on my 70-200 and went out. Some of these shots are with the flash, some are without. As this is my first attempt at macro work, feel free to let me know what you think.
Another incredible sunset tonight along the Front Range.
It was an absolutely gorgeous sunrise this morning.
On the way home from seeing the Williamson’s at Cheyenne Mountain State Park, we stopped by the beaver pond. Across the creek from the pond is the Colorado College field. They had the lights on tonight, and the trees around the pond still had leaves. It was like the largest light painting ever.
Today we met the Williamson’s in Denver at the Four Mile State Historic Area. They do a cool harvest festival. We did the pie eating contest, the cake walk, the pie eating contest, the cake walk… then at some bratwurst!
Tomorrow, well tonight actually, our 80 degree days will be gone and it is going to be a balmy 40 degrees with a chance of snow. The leaves were looking good, and the deer were looking happy.