We're getting our first snow of the fall. This is in fact the first real precipitation in months. I took this photo a few hours ago when there was less than half an inch on the deck. we're currently up to an inch and expect up to an other inch by morning. We are expecting about double that by Friday morning.
Over the next week or so we will be posting potential calendar photos on our other blog. Please join us HERE and leave your comments. I'll be keeping track and sending a calendar to the most helpful viewer.......
The Theme is Red Rocks of the West. Some examples from a local candidate: Roxborough State Park.
As we have done in the past, each month in 2013 an image from the Calendar will be posted here.
Got our first hard frost of the season. Fall is definitely here. Much of the garden was just swinging into high gear producing fruit and vegetables, so this will halt that for the year. The growing season here on the front range is just too short.
The City Daily Photo Blog Theme Day for October is nearly upon us. Have you, as yet, given some thought to your interpretation of our theme, ‘Silhouette’? There are a number of meanings to this word, and there is no need to feel restricted to the meaning in the English language. If you are a member of Face Book, you are welcome to post your contribution to the CDPB group page at http://www.facebook.com/groups/2628431329/. If you are not a member of Face Book, you may care to post at http://cdpbthemeday.blogspot.com.au/2012/09/silhouette-cdpb-for-october.html. As you post your October Theme contribution, please vote for your choice of the five suggested themes for November (My Street, Fresh Fruit and Vegetables, The Water’s Edge, Ageing (dis)gracefully, or The Thrill of the Dance). You may vote at either location, but please only vote once! The results will be conflated at the close of voting on Monday 8th November.
For about 40 minutes, once every two minutes, the balloons would trigger their burners, producing a roar and lighting up their balloons. There was an attempt to synchronize everyone, but that only happened about half the time.