Archives for: December 2005

Flint, Michigan

December 29, 2005



 
Flint, Michigan.
 

Categories: Michigan, Flint

Angelo's Coney Island

December 28, 2005



 
Angelo's Coney Island. Flint, MI.
 

Categories: Michigan, Flint

Nickel's Arcade in Ann Arbor

December 28, 2005



 
Nickel's Arcade. Ann Arbor, MI.
 

Categories: Michigan, Ann Arbor

Cafe Felix

December 27, 2005



 
Cafe Felix. Ann Arbor, MI. I designed their website - www.cafefelix.com
 

Categories: Michigan, Ann Arbor

Dogs

December 26, 2005



 
Sissy
 

 
Callie
 

 
Opus
 

Categories: Miscellaneous

White Spruce

December 18, 2005



 

Categories: Colorado, National Parks, Rocky Mountain N.P.

Glacier Knobs

December 18, 2005



 

Categories: Colorado, National Parks, Rocky Mountain N.P.

Mills Lake

December 18, 2005



 
Mills Lake is located at 10,000 ft. on the northern end of Glacier Gorge, which runs along the west face of Longs Peak.
 

Categories: Colorado, National Parks, Rocky Mountain N.P.

Glacier Knobs

December 18, 2005



 

Categories: Colorado, National Parks, Rocky Mountain N.P.

White Spruce

December 18, 2005



 

Categories: Colorado, National Parks, Rocky Mountain N.P.

Pearl Street

December 17, 2005



 

Categories: Colorado, Boulder

Breckenridge

December 11, 2005



The view from the bottom half of the Four O'clock run. The town of Breckenridge is visible below, and the Continental Divide crests the gentle peaks of the Ten Mile and Mosquito Ranges roughly 20 miles away in the background. The snow in Summit County hasn't been this good so early in the season since the 60's. The slopes have roughly 50 inches of packed-powder at mid-mountain and I didn't see any ice.
 

Categories: Snowboarding

Emerald Lake

December 10, 2005



 
The hike to Emerald Lake is one of the most popular hikes in Rocky Mountain National Park. The relatively short trail passes four alpine lakes - Bear Lake, Nymph Lake, Dream Lake, and Emerald Lake - before stopping at the giant wall that is Hallet Peak's false summit. In this photo, taken in September, Hallet's real summit can be seen from Flattop Mountain (with Longs Peak in the background). The hike provides great views of Longs Peak (perhaps the most well-known of Colorado's 14,000 ft. peaks) when approaching Dream Lake.
 
In the US, Canada and Mexico combined, there are 105 peaks that reach over 14,000 feet in elevation. Colorado has 53 of them. Alaska has 18. Of course, many of those 18 mountains in Alaska are much, much taller than any of the mountains in Colorado. 
     

Categories: Colorado, National Parks, Rocky Mountain N.P.

Flatirons and Snow

December 6, 2005



 

Categories: Colorado, Boulder, Flatirons