Tag Archives: Rocky Mountain National Park

Seeing Mountains and Visions

It is a revelation (pun intended) to hear the Himalayas have become visible from 125 miles away for the first time in 30 years because of reduced air pollution. The decreased air pollution is the result of decreased fossil fuel … Continue reading

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Spirit Walking in the Tundra

I am very grateful my parents chose to take us on camping trips across the United States for our summer family vacations, specifically selecting National Parks to camp in.  Actually camping in the Parks was key to the whole experience.  … Continue reading

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The photo that changed my life

In January I read the blog post 1:1000, A Picture is Worth 1000 Words by Julianna Whalen on her site, Streets and Streams. Her idea is to write 1,000 words about one photo. Shortly after reading that, I wrote a blog post … Continue reading

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Beginning to Learn About Native Americans

Let me begin by saying I know I am ignorant about Native Americans.  As I quickly learned as I began to learn about racial injustice, we don’t know what it is that we don’t know.  In the process of trying … Continue reading

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Windmills old and new

Traveling to Rocky Mountain National Park with my parents last fall, I began to capture as many photos of windmills as I could from the backseat of the car.  The telephoto lens was really helpful.  Traveling at 70 mph wasn’t. … Continue reading

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