I posted some Colorado shots on my picture blog.
Here are links to the individual posts:
July Fourth Parade and Fireworks
The First Annual All-Star Earthworm Races
Betty Ford Alpine Gardens in Vail
Out and about in Colorado
« We’re home . . .
Damoff Family Reunion-a-rama »
Dexter’s eyes rock in that pic.
Aw, beautiful pictures. I love it when you post them.
The bright object you captured in the pic of Grace et al is probably the occlusion of Venus and Saturn, a rare astronomic event, making that a wonderfully historic Independence Day shot. Jupiter did not rise until later, and was not in the west at sunset for the latitude you were at:
Those are beautiful pics.
So dramatic! I guess it’s hard to be a well-fed, well-loved pooch.
Thanks, Jen. I love it when you look at them. 🙂
Re: Planetary Occlusion
Wow! How cool is that? Thanks for the astronomy lesson, Matt. And thanks for the comment–another rare and wonderful event. 😉
Glad you like the pictures!
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