A fall visit to Saratoga, Wyoming, gave me some nice images last year.
A view through a skylight offers a whimsical peek as the seasons change.
It sure is nice to have the dead of winter well behind me. Now I bathe in new life.
I awoke to a frosted wonderland. Sometimes a good image just smacks your face.
One of my last autumn photos before winter descended like a cold mean beast.
As if waiting for a storm, the water rests. The remaining birds are weary.
A recent freeze left this image which for me is a reminder that seasons pass, and I will survive the winter to greet a new year full of new life, including graceful butterflies.
An early snow rests upon an evergreen bush creating fresh shimmering crystals.
The Colorado high country readies for a new season as autumn takes hold.
Found on a recent hike in Rocky Mountain National Park, I am somewhat mesmerized by the delicate beauty of this fallen leaf. My lovely wife Judy is my hand model.