I love seeing these pristine, snow covered mountains from the much warmer and dry front range of Colorado. Our snow melted, so I now admire the beauty of snow while wearing flip flops & shorts.
It’s been a hard week. For me solace can be found in nature. This eagle sat patiently while another photographer and I took several pictures, finding the best angles. When we walked past, it flew in a loop landing in another tree. I’m grateful to have captured these.
Late May snow? Maybe it won’t happen, we thought. But it did. Plants covered, hunkered down. Flip flops traded for boots. Wet, heavy. sloppy. We need the moisture. Blue skies returned. Back to spring.
Early morning views, best service with coffee.
Held by loving arms the moon rises, pausing to be eclipsed as it passes through Earth’s shadow
Congratulations to Danielle Hammelef, winner of a signed by the illustrator copy of HATTIE HATES HUGS, from Heather Brockman Lee and written by Sarah Hovorka. Danielle, email me your address so that I can connect you with Heather. Don’t miss my interview from Tuesday with Kaz Windness, as we celebrate her debut picture book, SWIM,Continue reading “Winner Announcement 5/20/22”
I’m happy to have Kaz Windness on the blog. Her creativity is inspiring and fun. It’s hard to think about her without smiling; spending time with her is like being invited to sit with the cool kids in middle school. Yes, I just rewatched 13 Going on 30 last week. She’s part of the RockyContinue reading “Welcome Author-Illustrator Kaz Windness – Giveaway Alert”
Sunset looked almost b&w Mother Nature creates an ever changing art show.