On this blogger site one can click on all pictures except for the header two times each time making them larger which is a feature I like because it gives you the ability to really look very close at all kinds of things not readily seen.

Thursday, March 3, 2011

Bones From Yesterday 6/18/09

There are a lot of posts over at OTC and by no means are they all political. There are enough that you don't always remember what you've done. Rummaging around OTC looking for other things you run across things such as this post originally done on 6/18/09. It's good enough to be here and here it's not always the best that gets posted.

What I like about this is the flower pictures. I look at these and just keep looking. Again when clicked on these get bigger just once and that size is huge.

Yea even an old dog gets a bone now and then. I do not fancy myself a photographer or a movie maker of any sorts. I enjoy it a bunch trying to take pictures that are interesting to me and videos that are different as well something not seen else where. It's just fun.

All this stuff was done yesterday in one area. Click on the flower pictures as the clarity is amazing.

I must have columbine myelitis as I do not tire of these flowers and enjoy seeing them in places like this so that is the reason for the video.



This creek is still roaring from runoff. The reason for this video is the intensity of the water and the fact most of the trees are gone having been removed because of beetle kill. Last year the houses would not have been able to be seen. I like the one at the very end.

On a sad note last Saturday a women lost her life in this creek above here. Also on the same day in Wyoming another local lost his life as well in fast and dangerous water in a canoe.



This because you'll not see this anywhere else.



Click on these and take a good look and maybe try one for a screen saver for a day or so. The centaurea/mountain bluet in the first picture have been battered by rain and some hail. This is my favorite color of blue.





9 comments:

  1. I love it, when you can see the stamens, the velvety softness. Very nice. I also agree, the last house, a lot of glass. They have a good view.

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  2. Yes they do Teresa. I've not been there but they can see the ski mountain and probably the best view is 30-40 miles to the south and the Flattop Mountains.

    Curved roof like that seem to have become a bit of a fad. around here as there are several. It must be very expensive to build. Of course it's the rich that build here.

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  3. the detail is superb.Nice photos Sir!
    You Live A Beautiful part of the world.

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  4. Great post! I enjoyed seeing your part of the world in bloom. There is no other place so full of the richness of well, everything.

    Linda
    http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com

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  5. Okay, I'm ready for spring!!
    Have a great weekend!
    Debbie's Travels

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  6. Really nice shade of blue... :) I love the flowers...

    Vhincci
    http://scintillascintillating.blogspot.com/

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  7. Linda-I don't know where there could be any more flowers than here except in the tropics. It is at time truly amazing.

    You're ready for spring Debbie. I think the snow # is around 350-375 for the year. It melts fast when it does snow now and can start to see the beginning of the end.

    Vhincci -0 that's my favorite color of blue.

    Thanks for the visit everyone.

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