Tag Archives: Weekly Photo Challenge
On top of the world
looking down at the sunrise
rocky mountain high
It can be a feeling, a perspective, or a physical location — share a photo that says “On Top.”
Weekly Photo Challenge: On Top
reflecting on stage
the masks we wear in our lives
Weekly Photo Challenge: Reflection
Pushed out by gold rush
This sculpture titled “On the War Trail,” created by sculptor Alexander Phimster Proctor,was dedicated in 1922. We took their land, changed their lives completely, stripped them of their hunting territories and plopped them on reservations. This statue isn’t enough. It doesn’t honor anything. It’s like adding insult to injury. America destroyed an entire culture in the name of expansion. This is the meaning that the statue holds for me.
Weekly Photo Challenge: Perspective
The Gates Rubber Factory was once the largest producer of power transmission belts in the world. Operating in Denver since 1914, the site has been closed since 1991. The buildings have been abandoned for decades now and after 85 years of cranking out more transmission belts than anyone else in the world, the ground beneath the site is contaminated and requires an extensive environmental rehabilitation effort.
And so the iconic Gates Rubber Factory is being erased from South Denver’s landscape and another landmark that represented Denver to me for so long is disappearing forever.
Weekly Photo Challenge: Abandoned
three different scenarios
three year-old daughter
defining the three
number, numeral, and glyph
first odd prime number
thesis plus antithesis
three-ness from two-ness
Weekly Photo Challenge: Three
Weekly Photo Challenge #Selfie
“Life is just a dream, drifting on a stream, a stream
Consciously it seems
All of what remains…ego brain” – System of a Down
dog days of summer
kids running through the sprinklers
life isn’t that hard
Weekly Photo Challenge: Focus
Weekly Photo Challenge | Carefree
jnix_1_1, a photo by TheJeremyNix on Flickr.
When we lived in Evergreen our neighbors got a new puppy. They named her Lily. Lily would come and play with our dog daily. When Mister Bo went missing, Lily would come around the house everyday obviously searching for our lost dog. As time went on, Lily continued to come by more and more often. She was a daily fixture on our porch, and to be honest, I didn’t mind the company. In the midst of the crazy things I have to do as a stay at home parent there are indeed plenty of carefree moments as well. My daughter and I used to take long, meandering walks down this hill and into the meadow below. On this day, Lily heard us coming and sprinted up to join us. A great memory.
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