Have a look at today’s Photo of the Day (or so). Bookmark this and come back every day to see what the new image is, and feel free to leave your comments!
A sunset in the Rocky Mountains.
A storm’s a brewin’!
Barn Owl on Watch, Beer Creek Park, Lakewood, Colorado
Long Canyon, Moab, Utah – Mamiya C330 with Konica 750nm infrared film.
American Goldfinch With an Itch
Retired Trolley, Victor, Colorado
The Back Door, Creed, Colorado
Aspen Carving…Years of carvings on a grove of trees.
Frosty Morning Train, Peyton, Colorado
Rocking Horse in Window, in Ipswich, UK.
Stone Bridge near Garden of the Gods, in Colorado Springs
Early Morning at Three Rivers, Pittsburgh
The Chair in an abandoned building, in the mining town of Victor, Colorado.
Standing Firm – Keyhole Limpet, Costa Rica
Sunflowers in Detail
A mining cabin in Victor, Co.
Pueblo Reservoir, while canoeing.
Comanche Drive-in near Buena Vista…
Remains of a boat on the Cuban side of Cozumel. Where has it been? What has it seen? Once, it was someone’s brand new vessel…
Really cool close up of a bee carrying the pollen….at Janet’s house! 🙂
A puppy sleeping in an Italian doorway, like out of some travel magazine….
I felt lucky to catch the whale tail, but then the sailboat was in the right place!
That hardly seems fair, right??
A windmill out in the English countryside, with an infrared look. The oldest windmill in England is reported to be over 350 years old (this is not a picture of that one). The Lacey Green Windmill in Buckinghamshire. We think we have old stuff here, but England has REALLY old stuff!
I don’t know why, but I love the small town gas stations. The Coke machine doesn’t hurt it any, either!
Pebble Beach Golf Course. Every evening at sunset, a bagpiper comes out and plays while the sun goes down. Watching that, a fire pit going, and a delicious adult beverage in hand…not bad.
The photo of the bride’s and bridesmaid’s boots, along with their bouquets, was a great symbol of a western wedding in Colorado.