2005 Photography
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Reach For The Moon

One evening with friends at Garden of the Gods, we saw many rock climbers on the beautiful red for?mations. This photo with the moon became a Photo of the Day at Imagestation for June 2, 2005.

Curly Tendril

The curly-q of this plant vine caught my eye in a greenhouse. Photoshowdown gave it Photo of the Day honors on May 31, 2005 and it also was a Finalist at Betterphoto for May, 2005.

Spirit of the Pow Wow

I thought this photo really portrayed the spirit of the NCIPA pow wow, which is full of movement, color, and sound. This one became a Finalist at Betterphoto for the month of April, 2005.

Aromatic Blossoms

Walking through the park on a spring day was an experience in the senses. These blossoms of wild crabapple were particularly aromatic and became the Animals Photo of the Day at Shutterbugs on May 14, 2005.

Fox Kit

I only got off one shot of this baby fox, before he ducked back down in the den. This one became the Animals Photo of the Day at Shutterbugs on May 12, 2005 and at Photoshowdown on May 21st.

Elk River Barn

Located near Steamboat Springs, this photogenic barn became a Photo of the Day at Shutterbugs on May 1, 2005.

Winter's Cabin

It was officially spring, but somebody neglected to tell God. This cabin at Steamboat Lake State Park was the Scenic Photo of the Day at Shutterbugs on April 30, 2005 and at Photoshowdown on May 3rd.

Peregrina II

A lovely and intensely red greenhouse flower was the Macro Photo of the Day at Shutterbugs on April 29, 2005.

It's Not About The Fish

My son shares a moment with my grandson on their very first fishing trip together. The image was the Photo of the Day at Imagestation on April 28, 2005, at Bestfoto on May 1st, and was a Finalist at Betterphoto for the month of April, 2005.

Head Shot of the Lady

A wood duck hen's portrait was the Shutterbugs Animals Photo of the Day on April 23, 2005.

Donald Trump Combover

This wood duck drake looked like he was saying, "You're fired!" He was the Animals Finalist at Betterphoto for the month of April, 2005.

Fractured

I experimented with these melting ice slabs as they fractured off in the warming spring. The image was the Photo of the Day at Photoshowdown on April 13, 2005.

Roxborough Robin

A spring snow took this robin by surprise at Roxborough State Park . It took the Animals Photo of the Day at Bestfoto on April 10, 2005 and at Photoshowdown at April 11.

Canines On An Ursine

Taken at the Denver Zoo, this portrait of a young grizzly bear was the Animals Photo of the Day at Photoshowdown on April 5, 2005.

Under Their Mother's Care

The two latest polar bear cubs at the Denver Zoo, with their mother watching over them. They became the Animals Photo of the Day at Shutterbugs on April 3, 2005, at Photoshowdown on March 10, and at Bestfoto on April 12.

Winningest Coach in Colorado History

I photographed the Class 3A high school boy's basketball championship game. Dick Katte, the coach, had been at Denver Christian High School for 45 years, and had won 771 games. It was the sixth time his team had taken the state championship. I present to you a tribute to an inspiring man who has made a difference in so many lives. This photo was a Photo of the Day at Bestfoto on March 21, 2005.

Snarls

I find it such a challenge to get behavioral shots of animals, particularly when two or more are interacting. So I was delighted to capture this moment between the lion male and female at the Denver Zoo. The photo took the Animals Photo of the Day honors at Shutterbugs on April 1, 2005 and a finalist at Betterphoto for the month of March, 2005.

Berthoud Eagle

In the winter of 2005, a large gathering of bald eagles arrived at Loveland Reservoir, near Berthoud, Colorado. This eagle, flying in front of Long's Peak, was the Animals Photo of the Day at Bestfoto for March 25, 2005.

Intimacy

After doing the standard realistic shots of a Christmas cactus, I wanted to do some very soft, very close images. I spent hours exploring variations in this one bloom. Here are one of my favorites. It became a finalist at Betterphoto for the month of February, 2005.

In All His Finery

Imagine my excitement when I got to see this mandarin duck, who had returned to a Littleton Pond, as he has for the past few years. He was a finalist at Betterphoto for the month of February, 2005.

More Colorado Photo Awards

2008 photo awards on this page: 1
2007 photo awards on this page: 1
2006 photo awards on this page: 1
2005 photo awards on this page: 1 2 3 4
2004 photo awards on these pages: 1 2 3 4 5
2003 photo awards on these pages: 1 2 3
2002 photo awards on these pages: 1 2 3
2001 photo awards on these pages: 1 2 3 4

2000 photo awards on these pages: 1 2
1999 photo awards on these pages: 1

More Non-Colorado Photo Awards

I also enjoy travel to other states and countries.
Our non-Colorado photo awards are on these pages: 1 2 3
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