The Oregon Coast proved to be a journey in light. We were blessed to have weather patterns that produced intense lightning storms, fog and rain. The fog an rain patterns on the coast lifted as the days went on revealing beautiful misty sunsets.
Mt Hood was magical in its dome cloud that clung to the peak on for more than an hour while an intense lighting storm raced across the sky above us. Our journey to Ramona Falls was quite the trip read more about it on our new web-site.
What an amazing summer of shooting. Strange weather patterns made for Rocky Mountain National Park winter shooting in mid-June. We captured this alpen glow shot at 5:30 in the morning at Dream Lake. Halet Peak and Flat Top Mountain are reflecting in the lake. We were standing on 6-12 feet of snow and the lake was only one third thawed. We have a lot of exciting images to share with you from this summers travels. Thanks for all of your great comments via facebook.
Four days of fantastic views, back-country hiking, weather that covered the spectrum, and a journey through the senses. Watch for lots of amazing imagery, coming soon.
KoKoPhoto has just completed its participation in the Colorado Photography Exhibition month. KoKoPhoto exhibited two pieces that had been selected by Open Press at the Sellars Project Space on Tennyson. The piece "Golden Passage", shown here, sold on the first night. Thanks to Jimmy and gang for staging such a great show.
KoKoPhoto has been reaching new heights and following our dreams of illuminating the world by capturing the magic around us. After being commissioned to place 12 framed Rocky Mountain photos into the emergency department at Boulder Community Hospital, we were selected to display 2 of our pieces in Denver's "First Friday" Artist Event. This "Light in the Storm" is one of the images you can view at Sellars Gallery March 3-6, 2011.