It comes at around 54 seconds in Lisa Wilson's song "Christmas Dreams". Thank you, Lisa, for reaching out to all the photographers and asking permission before using our work. It's the right way to do things. Give it a listen to show you support independently published music and the respect for intellectual property.
My Mom passed away on Sunday afternoon. She and my Dad would spend every summer in Westcliffe, Colorado with this view out of her kitchen window. My Dad and I returned here today for one more sunset. My mom appreciated my photos perhaps more than anyone else and she especially liked the black and white pics. This one is for you, Mom. I love you.
I saw this scary scene in a combination roadhouse, restaurant, and crafts studio(!) in Westcliffe, Colorado.
After finishing his beer(s), this gentleman went and sat in on an art class. It would be intimidating to criticize his painting. Or his gun.
It's about 5 minutes drive from my house. It's an eclectic, mixed use, diverse economy little area full of restaurants, cafes, salons, small retail, and professional offices. Apartments rent within a block or two start at around $3k a month. Houses sell for $500k and up with many going well over a million.
It also has this problem.
"This is Her Spot"
"The Line for the Bathroom"
They don't seem to be talking.
Last weekend we saw a fantastic exhibition of photography by Graham Nash (Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young). The exhibition ends June 28 but I would love to see more of his work.
To the vandal (and thief wannabe): they remove the money prior to using them for an art installation.
I snapped this simply because I like the contact paper over the garage windows.
Is it progress?