10 years, 11 months ago Posted in: Featured, Landscape 0
Lush View Down the Valley

My Dad, Brother and I took the day off work and headed out up to Butlers Gulch for a nice day hike.  We climbed though the trees and then followed the stream up where the wild flowers were nearly 3 feet tall.  We emerged from the trees and ascended up though a beautiful meadow where we found […]

10 years, 11 months ago Posted in: Development 0

I finally got time to work on my little pet project that I’ve been teasing you all with and I’m happy to announce, that I have released it!  I’ve decided to release it under my software company, sunkencity software, so for more info, I invite you to go check out the announcement over there.  You […]

11 years ago Posted in: Landscape 0
Meadows Campground Star Trails

I’ve tried a few time in the past to successfully get a picture that shows spiraling star trails but haven’t had much luck.  Well I think I finally figured it out!  I took a number of star trail photos while we were camping over last weekend, but this one was my favorite.  I really liked the trees […]

11 years ago Posted in: Landscape 0
Milky Way in Buffalo Creek

We went camping over this last weekend and I had a chance to try and take some more pictures of the stars.  Luckily the clouds cleared out just in time for the Milky Way to come out and bless us with a beautiful sight.  I attempted to take some shots of the Milky Way when […]

11 years ago Posted in: Landscape 12
Mt. St. Helens From the Sky

Flying into Portland, Oregon, you get a great view of a number of volcanos.  Depending on which side of the plane you sit on, you either get to see Mt. Adams and Mt. St Helens or you get to see Mt. Hood.  I think if you squint really hard you can see Mt. McKinley as […]

11 years, 1 month ago Posted in: Development 14

I haven’t had a lot of time to work on my Tumblr Calendar since the last time I posted about it, but I’ve seen quite a bit of traffic going to the posts.  So while there hasn’t been a ton of vocal people showing their support, I take the number of google searches leading you […]

11 years, 2 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 […]

11 years, 4 months ago Posted in: Blog 2

I was excited when Amazon launched their Cloud based music player/service the other day so I came home, downloaded the Amazon MP3 Uploader app so that I could start packing the cloud with awesome music.  I fired up the Uploader app, it said it was searching for my music and then…..No Music Found.  WHAT?  Come […]

11 years, 4 months ago Posted in: Landscape 0
Full Moon Hiding

Tonight marked the Super Perigee Moon.  A moon this large hasn’t been seen for almost 20 years.  Unfortunately for us here in Colorado, the winds blew in the clouds and I didn’t get to see the Super Moon.  Lesson learned though, with an event like this, always go no matter what you think the conditions […]

11 years, 5 months 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 […]