Although the year is not quite over, I wanted to add some samples from this very productive year. I have been to Taos for a week, up in the mountains, catching flowers and hummingbirds, and generally just having a good time recovering from a minor medical procedure.
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On the 50th anniversary of the moon landing
A series of one sunflower presented in triptych form
Some photos from our first real snow in a year and late autumn shots
My best photo this year, in my opinion
The kitchen window
No more hummingbirds
The weight of frozen water
Virgin snow stairs
Before the snow
The Colorado drought of 2018 has lowered the Blue mesa Reservoir by over 70 feet,exposing the old site of a lake submerged over 50 plus years ago.
Here are some photos from that spot.
Below are a variety of photos I worked on this fall which I especially like.
Below is an eclectic collection of images at Blue Mesa, Colorado this summer. The lake dropped 63 feet from the time I launched my boat till the end of the summer.
When I came to Colorado in 2007 , I did not realize I would be starting a new life and a new body of photography.
Don Seastrum formed the Vita Institute for the Arts .
This is a sample of the works I submitted for that site over the years.
Phil has added a selection of abstract flowers grown in or near his home in Montrose, Colorado over the last seven years. A few sunflowers date back to 2002 in Louisiana.