Monthly Archives: June 2014

Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge

From The Rocky Mountain Arsenal  site:

“Located just northeast of Denver, the Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge  is a 15,000-acre expanse of prairie, wetland and woodland habitat. The land has a unique story – it has survived the test of time and transitioned from farmland, to war-time manufacturing site, to wildlife sanctuary. It may be one of the finest conservation success stories in history and a place where wildlife thrives, including a herd of about 80 bison”. Continue reading »

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My Journey to Becoming a Professional Photographer

Every now and then I think about my journey to becoming a professional photographer. I consider how my journey began, and what my personal experiences are that brought me to where I am today. Each of us has a unique story.


My journey began with a Freshman year high school science project. Of the choices offered, I chose to make a pinhole camera. I do not recall what the other project choices were, but, looking back, I have to believe this was a fateful day. Continue reading »

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