Perins Peak

Perins Peak

It’s funny to think that I’ve been in the same place for six weeks. Yesterday afternoon, I went on a hike to one of my favorite spots right outside of Durango and had lunch. I made my way onto a carved white pillar of sandstone, that hung prow over the...
The 10,000’th Picture

The 10,000’th Picture

Yesterday afternoon a funny thing happened. I went on a hike up Animas Mountain, which is a large forested open space right in Durango’s backyard, to get out and enjoy the prime weather that late summer and the first few days of fall provide us. Since I’m...
Moving Forward to Durango

Moving Forward to Durango

It was just a month ago that I arrived back in the U.S., and in that short time I have had so much fun visiting with my friends and family. I’ve been on a few road trips and outdoor adventures, and had some time to pull my life together. I got to spend my first...
Captivated by the Stars

Captivated by the Stars

One of the most attractive nuances I find about photography is what it teaches me about  what I see from day to day (or in this case night to night). And, how the reality that I am attuned to  has changed so much since I started taking pictures of the stellar bodies...
More photos!

More photos!

Over the last few months I have been playing with my camera and trying to learn more about how to take good photos. Lots of work on composition, aperture and shutter speed… I have also been reading about taking pictures form other people on-line and have been...
Making the move from Durango to Fort Collins

Making the move from Durango to Fort Collins

A few weeks ago I made the move up to Fort Collins from Durango. The closer I was getting to completing my degree at FLC, the more I was feeling pulled out of town. Even though the community and local of Durango was amazing, I decided that my life needed to be mixed...