Architecture
4 years, 7 months ago Posted in: Architecture, Landscape 0
Cold Springs Cave Kiva

Our second hike while in Bluff took us to Cold Springs Cave.  Within the large cave, lies the remains of a large kiva.  This was an easy walk too once you found the right way to go.  Luckily we had our master guide (my Dad) who knew his way around these parts quite well.  In […]

4 years, 7 months ago Posted in: Architecture, Landscape 0
Monarch Cave Dwelling

The first hike we set out for on our trip to Bluff was to Monarch Cave.  Monarch Cave is a beautiful Anasazi (sometimes called Ancient Pueblo or Ancestral Pueblo) cliff dwelling tucked high into an alcove above a shady desert pool of water. Several interesting pictographs and petroglyphs line the nearby cliff walls.  It’s an […]

4 years, 7 months ago Posted in: Architecture, Landscape 0
Driggs Mansion

Along the Unaweep/Tabeguache Scenic ByWay, you’ll find Driggs Mansion which was built in 1914 by a wealthy New Yorker – some say for his beloved wife, others say he built it as a hunting lodge. The walls were cut from sandstone from the surrounding canyons.

4 years, 9 months ago Posted in: Architecture 2
Graffiti: Colorado Style

We were driving out of Old Colorado City in Colorado Springs and were just about to take a turn at an intersection when I saw this graffiti on the side of West Side Tattoo’s building.  I let out a big WOAH and my wonderful wife said “Do we need to stop?  You better stop.”  She […]

5 years, 2 months ago Posted in: Architecture 0
Westlands Arch

It was a typical Colorado winter day. It was just about 55° and sunny so what better way to spend the day than by going to the park? We love to go to Westland Park over in Greenwood Village. They have lots of equipment, swings and a climbing wall too. The kids love running all […]

5 years, 4 months ago Posted in: Architecture, Landscape 0
Castlewood Canyon Bridge

Driving south of Franktown, CO, you come across a bridge and then to the Castlewood Canyon State Park entrance.  Many people drive this route and probably never realize how cool the bridge they just drove over really is.  If you head into the park, there is an overlook that looks back to the canyon and […]

5 years, 6 months ago Posted in: Architecture 0
Cat Door

This is another shot that I took while we were looking for some great graffiti in Downtown Denver.  This garage can been seen from Lincoln St right next to the other grafiti photo I have posted titled Sleepy Graffiti. This giant cat is a wonderful painting.  I couldn’t decide how to shoot it though.  Straight […]

5 years, 9 months ago Posted in: Architecture 0
America the Beautiful Park

Down in Colorado Springs, America the Beautiful Park is home to a beautiful statue called the Julie Penrose Fountain.  The fountain and the park are a great place to take family on a beautiful day like we had today.   This giant statue sits on a turntable and is constantly rotating around.  It is also backed […]

6 years ago Posted in: Architecture, Featured, Landscape 0
Follow The Setting Sun

The Follow The Setting Sun sculpture at the Pioneer Museum in Colorado Springs.  It sits on the east side of the historic building giving a magnificent view.  We were lucky enough to head down here when there was no one around and also with decent cloud cover and a setting sun.  The old clock reminds […]

6 years, 1 month ago Posted in: Architecture 0
Epcot Center

We are thinking about taking a trip to Disney Land so as I was looking though some photos for the website, I came across this one and it stood out to me.  We took a trip to Disney World back in 2009 and hit up most of the parks.  I always find myself really enjoying […]