Thursday, December 31, 2009

Happy New Year!

Happy New Year to One and All!

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New Year's Eve Fireworks at "Skate The Lake" in Evergreen, Colorado

Many thanks to all my visitors for stopping by my blog and commenting on my photos. I've really enjoyed getting to know all of you this year and am looking forward to seeing what's in store for all of us in 2010!

May the New Year bring all of you all good things!

Saturday, December 19, 2009

Holiday Fascination

"When we recall Christmas past, we usually find
that the simplest things -not the great occasions -
give off the greatest glow of happiness." ~ Bob Hope

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As a toddler, my daughter was fascinated by all things Holiday.

Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Caroling, Caroling

Holiday Magic #1

Don we now our gay apparel,
Fa la la, la la la, la la la.
Troll the ancient Yuletide carol,
Fa la la la la, la la la la.

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Joyful souls donned in gay apparel troll the ancient
Yuletide carol in Denver's festive Larimer Square. 

I've been busily preparing for the Holidays here at home but thought I should bring a little Holiday Spirit to my little corner of cyberspace as well. This was taken several years ago when my daughter was little. She was enthralled with the carolers but too shy to join them in song. Ah, those were the days. . .

Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Winter Peak

Mountain Light #2

“Mountains are earth's undecaying monuments.”
~ Nathaniel Hawthorne

"Winter Peak"
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A snow covered peak looms over Colorado's
Eisenhower Tunnel near the Continental Divide.

I thought a wintery shot would be nice for the 1st of December.

I snapped this photo as we were coming back from skiing last spring. Traffic was at a standstill, as it often is during the ski season, so I was afforded many opportunities to take photos from the car. It's not so bad being stuck in traffic when views like this are available.

Near as I can tell from the map, this mountain seems to be about 12,200 feet high.

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