An evening at Red Rocks Amphitheater is a dream for many performers and concert goers. I’ve been fortunate to see a variety of performers there since I’ve lived in Colorado.
Sunday night, with Joe Bonamassa on the stage, we were treated to a second show in the sky. The waxing gibbous moon rested between Saturn (not pictured) to the left and Jupiter to the right. The first image was taken during the show from a lower row and the second was taken afterwards from the top level behind the seats. The point of reference provided by the Amphitheater is the same and gives great perspective.
Charlie finally took *the plunge* and went swimming! He’s usually the one who waits on the edges but this time he jumped in ahead of his friend who waited and watched. A tennis ball 🎾 is quite the prize!
Summer rains are common and fleeting in the mountains. Likewise, summer rainbows make brief but frequent appearances.
lights the night sky
Lovely wildflowers: another sign of winter’s abundant snowfall
I’m always looking skyward. I love sunrise, sunset, the moon, and shapes in the clouds.
This morning, after a thunderstorm just before bed, Dr. Seuss came by and left me this intriguing cloud.