Friday, October 21, 2011
Whether we’re rich or poor, young or old. Whether it is in the middle of the day, or in the dead of night. Come rain or shine, and at any given time. No matter what the circumstance. As long as we’re too old for toys, us boys will always be boys.
Model-Nickole Harders (center)
Tuesday, October 18, 2011
Ice crystals form like tiny spider webs over a cold surface. Obscuring the view of what lies behind as though nothing else matters except ice itself. But ignorance, and arrogance are their downfall. For their very existence depends on the cold, and a small amount of heat would destroy them.
The anticipation to devour my afternoon treat on Saturday (Denver, Colorado, October 15, 2011 - 86 degrees) was epic. Then, the unthinkable happened, I dropped my 7-11 Ice Cream Sandwich in the parking lot while getting in my car. When you have a disappointment, it creates another opportunity. The sandwich laying on the pavement, glistening in the afternoon sun allowed me to make a beautiful image. Life can be cruel and even downright "cold."
While driving back to Denver from Alamosa, Colorado, I came upon this beautiful site. Just north of Fairplay, Colorado on Red Hill pass to the west was this wonderful sunset. As I stopped to take a photo of the sunset. When it occurred to me how cold it was really getting and that winter would be here soon.
Monday, October 17, 2011
The cold air on our bodies and rain drops we hear hitting our roof tops are indicators of it becoming cooler. A more pleasant sense of the weather changing is the vibrant colored trees shedding their leaves. Soon this pine tree will support snowfall while the others will become bare and deathly.
It is amazing how fast a sky can change in Colorado. I went to Golden it was a sunny day with a blue sky. I was taking photos of the area. The wind picked up, the river was running faster. I looked up and there it was a cold sky.