Lower Ice Lakes BasinThe lush, green beauty of the lower Ice Lakes Basin. I took this photo basically right next to our campsite, and there was another giant waterfall right behind that. BEAUTIFUL area.
New image from Ice Lakes Basin in the Landscapes gallery! I shot this image last August on the same trip as the other images from the basin already in the gallery. I love these images from the lower basin, as they remind of just how lush and green it was. It almost felt more like Scotland than Colorado up there. I hope you enjoy it. If you'd like to see a black & white version of this image, you won't find one here, but you can find one on...
...my new website! Yes, I now have a new website (in addition to this one, not replacing it), solely dedicated to my Colorado outdoor photography. It's called "Living Colorado", and you can check it out here. No, it doesn't mean landscapes are going anywhere on this website, as evidenced by the above addition of a new image. However, there will be a much wider selection of them on the Living Colorado site, as well as being more finely organized (by mountain range, etc.). You may see multiple versions of an image that I considered there, whereas I only post my "best" version here to keep the selection more distilled. On this site, if I can't decide if an image, or version of an image, belongs or not, I usually err on the side of caution and omit it. On the other site I err the other way, that if it's good enough for me to consider, it's good enough to include. It's a bit more experimental, and gives the viewer/customer more options.
Also, the focus of this site is changing a little bit, as far as what's presented first and center. Everything's still here, and I'll still be talking up new landscapes and such as I post them, but the front of the site is going to be more and more focused on people, on my portraits and fashion/beauty work. As I've grown in my photography over the past year, I've begun to feel like my message here was beginning to feel a little jumbled, going back and forth between pushing portrait work vs. landscape work. This new division of work by website will hopefully clarify my message(s) a little bit, giving clearer stops for each type of work.
Anyway, I hope you'll keep following on both sites, and if you have any feedback you'd like to give me, please contact me through the contact form or in the comments, as I'd love to hear from you.