Category Archive: Photography

Picture Postcard – Mesa Verde National Park

Ancestral Puebloan people occupied this area of southwest Colorado for over 700 years leaving behind amazing buildings and more questions than answers. Mesa Verde National Park protects the archaeological treasures and presents them… Continue reading

iPhriday & Weekly Photo Challenge: Water’s Edge

For this week’s iPhriday I am using the Weekly Photo Challenge subject of Edge. Riding my bike along the water’s edge in Chicago I came across Destino (2003) by Mark di Suvero, one… Continue reading

Picture Postcard – Chicago Illinois Mirrored

Whether you call it Cloud Gate or it’s nickname, The Bean, this sculpture in Millennium Park reflects international tourists and locals snapping selfies in the polished surface. Jazz Fest and the Labor Day… Continue reading

iPhriday & Weekly Photo Challenge: Mirror

For this week’s iPhriday I am using the Weekly Photo Challenge subject of mirror. While perusing some of the other WPC posts I came across one featuring Lake Calhoun / Bde Maka Ska… Continue reading

Picture Postcard – Creating a Story Map

Wall maps with pushpins are a visual way to tell a story – where are you from? where have you been? where do you want to go? I’ve been playing around with a… Continue reading

iPhriday & Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge – Feathers

For this week’s iPhriday I am using Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge subject of feathers. A local indigenous dance troupe has gorgeous feathers as part of their traditional dress.     Thanks to graydaysandcoffee… Continue reading

Picture Postcard – Great Sand Dunes National Park

At the edge of the San Luis Valley in Colorado is an amazing phenomenon. Sand dunes rising from the valley floor. Great Sand Dunes National Park doesn’t seem all that compelling until you… Continue reading

iPhriday – Floral Spins

For this week’s iPhriday I am back to floral macro shots while walking in my neighborhood. I’ve been enjoying the constant blooms this summer, there is always something new to see in the… Continue reading

Only a Ghost Remains

I was so looking forward to spending a full season together but not long after our arrival I could tell something was wrong.   This year I would be just down the street… Continue reading

Picture Postcard – La Paz Mexico

Promenades around the world tell the story of seaside cities. The Malecon in La Paz, Mexico speaks mainly of the sea with a series of public art sculptures. Over a century ago, La… Continue reading