Annual Photography Awards 2020, "Learning To Climb"

February 14, 2021  •  Leave a Comment
Happy Valentine's Day! I am pleased to share that another one of my images has received accolades from the International Annual Photography Awards 2020. My image, "Learning To Climb" has been granted an Honorable Mention in the Wildlife category. This competition received over 1600 images from 56 countries around the globe. I am honored to be coun...
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Humor From The Wild Side

December 23, 2020  •  Leave a Comment
The local newspaper advertised a 'call for submissions' of stories about the pandemic to add to their annual community journal. I came up with this short story to add to their collection. Humor From The Wild Side As a nature and wildlife photographer in Gunnison, my photography friend, Joseph and I drive around a lot looking for scenes and an...
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Awarded Honorable Mention in the Chromatic International Photography Contest

December 21, 2020  •  Leave a Comment
I am so pleased to announce that one of my images has received "Honorable Mention in the Wildlife and Animal" Professional category from the Chromatic International Photography Contest. This image has a cute story behind it. I was with Joseph, my photography friend at Rocky Mountain National Park. He was driving the car. We were on Trail Ridge Roa...
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KKTV's "PIC OF THE DAY"

December 19, 2020  •  Leave a Comment
On December 8th, I submitted one of my photographs to KKTV, Channel 11 in Colorado Springs. They chose it as their social media "Pic of the Day." Much gratitude towards all the people at the tv station for their kind words and support. Here is the newscast highlight. (with permission)
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Blue Mesa Reservoir area as a new National Park: "Blue Mesa National Park"

December 18, 2020  •  Leave a Comment
Today, I am excited! I have contacted US Senator Michael Bennet and requested he look into consolidating the vast recreational and wildlife viewing areas around Blue Mesa Reservoir into a new National Park, called "BLUE MESA NATIONAL PARK." I know any government action is a long shot but one must TRY. Not only would this action streamline the var...
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