2016: A Photographic Retrospective

December 31, 2016  •  2 Comments

Well, another year is in the books.  I hope everyone reading this can look back on 2016 and think of great memories shared with family and friends and unforgettable adventures and experiences.  For the photographers out there, I hope 2016 has been a year filled with creativity and discovery.  I hope too you are all looking forward to 2017 with renewed energy, excitement, and goals.  As I have done the last few years, I thought I'd share my favorite image from each month from this past year.  - All images are available for purchase and, as always, comments and/or feedback are welcome! -

Most importantly, thank you to everyone who continues to support my photography.  I sincerely appreciate the kind words, the shares on social media, and the endless encouragement! 


January - Garden of the Gods panorama from Mesa Overlook


February - Winter scene near Rampart Range Road


March - Wetterhorn Peak (far left) and Uncompahgre Peak (far right) breaking through a clearing storm


April - Spring arrives, but winter lingers


May - Pikes Peak from Crystal Creek Reservoir


June - Pikes Peak massif panorama in early summer from Woodland Park


July - Bull moose at Deer Lakes near Lake City (winner of the 2016 RMFI Nature! photo contest)


August - Sunset thunderstorm over the Front Range


September - Pikes Peak massif panorama from the Rampart Range Road area at fall


October - Storm brewing over Garden of the Gods at sunrise


November - Backlit cottonwood tree and young evergreens after a light snow near Lake City


December - Distant Spanish Peaks under looming clouds at sunset


If you've made it this far, thanks!  Happy New Year and have a great 2017!


Dorothy & Bill Peterson(non-registered)
I totally agree with Lida's comment...these photos would make a beautiful calendar! I am utterly excited for your new website. It's obvious that you've put in a lot of thought and time in developing a site that will enhance your photography. So proud of you! Dad & I wish you much success in your passion to share beauty through photography.
Lida Wood(non-registered)
These are beautiful. They would make a great calendar. I really like February and May!
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