Category Archive for: ‘Photography’

  • Toyota Emblem

    11 Toyota Emblems

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    My Stronger Half and I are Toyota enthusiasts. Nerds. Obsessives. Addicts. Admirers. Eccentrics. Freaks. Pick your favorite plural noun. We’re those really annoying people who poke fun at Jeep drivers. (As My Stronger Half’s shirt says, “Jeeps are cute. Barbie drives one!”). With this obsession …

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  • Horse

    Wordless Wednesday: Horsin’ Around

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  • Final DSC 9026

    Spring Snowfall

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    This past weekend I took some friends to the mountains to snowshoe for the first time.  As we drove up the canyon toward Nederland, I warned them that we might not find much snow given the 60-70 degree week prior and the bare hills we …

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  • March

    Happy March!

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    I posted this image on my blog two years ago with a tutorial on how to create something similar using Photoshop. Since then, that blog post has become one of my top 10 most visited posts, so I thought I would share it again this …

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  • Frost in Macro

    February Frost

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    We are finally getting some much-needed snow here in Colorado. Things have been so brown and crunchy here that my photo inspiration has been well below zero for the past couple months. Yesterday morning, I woke up to the sun shining (yay for longer days!), …

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  • A Taste of Summer

    Wordless Wednesday: A Taste of Summer

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  • Cars Land Cozy Cone

    Cars Land

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    I have post-Disneyland depression! My sister once told me that Disneyland was the only place she could go and completely forget about work. I, of course, scoffed at this remark and never understood why she was SOOO into Disney. I get it now! My sister, …

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    Wordless Wednesday: 1987

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  • Photo of Red Barn

    How To Edit Digital Photos To Remove Unwanted Items

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    One of the beauties of digital photography is the ability to edit. Sure, most of us wish we could snap the perfect photo, frame the rule of thirds just right, and choose the perfect lighting. The reality is, especially for amateur photographers, we don’t always …

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  • Open Spaces3

    Wide Open Spaces

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    Do you ever feel suffocated? Like everything in life is taking up your space and the air you breathe? Work. Customers. Clients. Egos. Technology. Laptops. Cell phones. Tablets. Watching everyone on Facebook and Twitter pour out their emotions about everything. (Yes I realize the irony …

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