Author Archives: Monte Stevens
It was good, too.
I love how clouds are always changing their shape and color. I still will lay down on the ground and watch them as theymake their art. Something is wrong with my theme so that when you click on the image it gives you another page with a smaller image for comments. So, if anyone is [...]
The first thing I notice when walking into this BBQ restaurant was these three pigs greeting everyone who entered the front door. I thought they deserved a photo0. On a trip and will be home late tomorrow night. I do hope everyone has a good weekend.
I saw this group of dandelions along the bike bath at Rolland Moore Park yesterday and just had to stop and take a photo. I find it strange how some people call them weeds and others don’t. I actually rode on a part of the bike trail I had never been on before. At the [...]
I drove out east to the Arapahoe Nature Area to watch and photograph the above storm as it slowly moved in a southeasterly direction. This path took the storm over the city of Fort Collins bringing heavy rains and small hail. As I drove towards town I met a jogger who was drenched and getting [...]
No I did not take this image. It was taken by one of the pilots I flew with a couple weeks ago. We were waiting in our hotel lobby to head out and indulge in some fine Kansas City Bar-B-Que. The post eating shot would have sauce all over me face. And, yes it’s a [...]
I shot a wedding this past weekend for the daughter of my best friends. Sometime on Friday I envisioned this image as a way to showcase her wedding rings with a slight twist from the normal. I made the mistake of only taking one image and not a technically good one at that. So, during [...]
HDR image of the Coffee Bean coffee shop in Old Town Fort Collins. Enjoy your weekend.
May Day celebrations first appeared in pre-Christian times, with the festival of Flora, the Roman goddess of flowers. May Day may be best known for its tradition of dancing around the maypole and crowning of the Queen of the May. It is traditionally a summer holiday in many pre-Christian European pagan cultures. May 1 was considered the first day of summer. Well, [...]
Well, more snow expected for tomorrow, 3-5 inches. Anyone down south, or a place without snow, have a couch I can sleep on for the next couple nights? I’ll bring you some ODells for you.