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Winter Weather

A storm moved through here today. It snowed a little, but melted almost as fast as it fell. As the weather cleared out, in the distance, the clouds hugged Mt. Garfield.

Mt. Garfield

Mt. Garfield

 

Mt. Garfield

This is the beginning of several that I will post using Topaz Labs’ Impression software. I have a trial version now but intend to buy the software. It’s nothing short of FUN! If you follow the link and then scroll down a ways, you will see a cup that you can apply all the filters to. Even that’s kind of fun. You can apply various filters, edit those filters, use different blend modes to get different effects. For fun, it’s just cool!

Mt. Garfield

Mt. Garfield

 

Cloudworks

I get to see a lot of storms push through here and many of them are pretty impressive. Black and white is even more dramatic. The one thing about digital that’s really nice is the ability to shoot LOTS of pictures of nothing but the sky.

Grand Valley Cloud Works

Grand Valley Cloud Works

 

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Evening Here

I love my view in Western Colorado.

Mt. Garfield & Clouds

Mt. Garfield & Clouds

Moon Behind Mt. Garfield

I’ll bet you’ve never seen this before! It’s a composite of two photos and I just had some fun with it.

Moon Behind Mt. Garfield

Moon Behind Mt. Garfield

kristigallegosblog

Life coaching through positivity!

Harry's Photo Blog

My favorite photos that others might enjoy also.

denverspeax

The low down on what's good in Denver, CO.

la floralie

Nice tales and pictures of floral and plant life journeys ™

mikefullerauthor

Author of the thrilling crime/detective novels SINK RATE, ROPE BREAK, SIDE SLIP and GROUND EFFECT... And now the historical action/adventure novels CAPTAIN'S CROSS and CAPTAIN'S SORTIE

tylersculinary

Tylers culinary blog

Mad Cap Dog

zany dog exploits - and other tails

Ms Toy Whisperer

I am a writer whom journals about life, family, New England, everything and nothing and whispers of the Holy Spirit.

Andrew Nixon's Photo Blog

A Photography Daybook

me and my prime.

adventures in photography with a prime lens. it might be terrible

dobetteralways

Welcome to the Monkey House

Americas Education Watch

A child is like a butterfly in the wind. Some can fly higher than others, but each one flies the best it can. Why compare one against the other? Each one is different. Each one is special. Each one is beautiful.

gwenniesgarden

a blog about my garden and my soft spot for cacti and succulents, travelling and art

Party like it's Tuesday

Casual scribbling

affectiveliving.wordpress.com/

Purpose, Perspective, and Perseverance for thriving in a challenging world

The Accidental Mathematician

Because "exact science is not always exact science."

Quantifiable Cool

a virtual portfolio

Cee's Photo Challenges

Teaching the art of composition for photography.

The Digital Lightroom

Photography Competition

HarsH ReaLiTy

A Good Blog is Hard to Find

rachelmankowitz

The Cricket Pages

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A mid-life Exploration...

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