I was in Denver again this past week for work, and visiting friends.
And seeing a Rockies baseball game.
And seeing the Goo Goo Dolls concert at the Red Rocks Amphitheater. (Wow, that’s an awesome place!)
I also had a chance to do a little hiking. I borrowed a friend’s copy of the book Hiking Colorado’s Front Range, and selected a hike around Mount Galbraith, near Golden.
Here’s the GPS track from my hike. I used the new Garmin GPSMAP 62s, which I really like.
And an infrared photo, looking off to the southwest…
Thanks again to all my friends from Colorado, and my friends from Austin who were up there with me.
This past weekend, I was in Denver visiting friends and attending a couple of parties.
On Friday, I went to Roxborough State Park, southwest of Denver.
Roxborough is a pretty park, with some nice red rocks. I’d been to Roxborough a few years ago, spending a few hours with John Fielder, a well-known Colorado photographer. At the suggestion of the park ranger at the front gate, I hiked the South Rim trail, which I had not hiked before. This was an excellent choice, with good views of the rock formations in the middle of the park.
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I was also in town to attend the opening reception for a show entitled “Sense of Place | Landscape Photography”, at the FLASH Gallery in Lakewood, Colorado. One of my Bosque del Apache photographs is in the show, which runs June 11 through August 1, 2010.
I was honored that about twenty of my friends from the Denver area made it to the opening reception. Thanks to all of you who made it out on a rainy night. Here I am at the gallery with one of my best friends, Nancy.
I enjoyed the whole weekend, including the cool weather, and hope I’m back soon.