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Livin and Lovin Life in Boulder County Colorado

Deer Standing Guard Empty Nest

Ran into a cute herd of deer on the high Colorado prairie plains. This mule deer looks like he is the guardian of the tree and Eagle’s nest. Would have made my day if the eagle would have been in there. But Maybe another day.

Colorado is filled with wildlife. Funny when I lived […]

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All fine art nature landscape photography prints, framed or unframed, Canvas wraps framed or unframed in our ImageKind Gallery are 50% off. Use code […]

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Perseid Meteor Shower Over Colorado Indian Peaks Framed Prints

This is one of my most favorite places here in Colorado and on the planet. The Indian Peaks in the Rocky Mountains above Ward and Boulder Colorado. It has changed much over the years and is a very popular place. Years ago it was free to get in, now there’s a charge but they […]

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Colorado Country Metal Print

When you hear “Colorado” the first thing people think about is “mountains”. There is also a lot of ranches and farming here as well. The high plains meet the foothills of the rocky mountains.

These are the fabulous views as you drive around close to the mountains.

This agriculture nature landscape is the front range […]

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A Ducky Kind Of Day Framed Print

 

 

Scenic view of “The twin Peaks”, Mount Meeker 13,911 feet and Longs Peak 14,256 feet from the St Vrain River open space area next to Golden Ponds in Longmont Colorado. A nice calm day with the lakes like mirrors.

Imagine taking a walk, it is late spring and the temperatures are perfect. […]

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Nature Out Of Darkness A Black and White Print

It was a cloudy rain day. As a matter of fact it was a weekend of rain, and that’s very unusual in Colorado. Not like it was always raining, it was off in and on. Rain in Colorado is very enjoyable. Being from Pittsburgh Pa, I was used to weeks of rain. Here you […]

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A Night of Chasing Lightning Thunderstorms Time Lapse Video

Day in the life of a storm catcher, photographer Bo Insogna, www.TheLightningMan.com. Another AMAZING Night of Lightning Thunderstorm chasing June 23 2013 Video and time lapse. […]

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Crude Oil and Natural Gas Striking Across America

View of an oil well pumpjack with a lightning thunderstorm striking and American USA Flag background. near by. Composite HDR Black and white with selective coloring and American USA Flag background. […]

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Like a Sci-Fi Movie

This image is like it came out of a Sci-Fi movie. Colorado weather with many layers of clouds in the sky and a lightning strike starting in the upper cloud going through and coming out of a lower cloud bank hitting the ground. July 15th, 11:35 pm, Boulder County, Colorado. ISO 500 – f5.6 – 4 sec – 122mm […]

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Lightning Strike Just Outside of Lyons Colorado

This Colorado lightning thunderstorm came in from the northwest over Rocky Mountain National Park and the town of Lyons heading southeast out to Longmont and down to Denver. We were positioned just out of the hard rain and watched it pass us by and stayed dry, my favorite place to be… […]

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