Monthly Archives: March 2011

Color is beautiful – black and white is cool. Way back in the olden days color was mostly unavailable.  I’ll never forget the excitement in the neighborhood when Mike Demong got a new color television.  All the boys hustled over to Mike’s house to watch the college football game and imbibe in Mrs. Demong’s waffles… […]

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Rapid City SD. Visitors to Mount Rushmore were shocked Friday morning to see an unfamiliar face. Previously carved into the Black Hills of South Dakota are the iconic faces of four former presidents of the United States: George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt, and Abraham Lincoln. The likenesses of the presidents took years to engineer, […]

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Wedding pictures at an amusement park… Why not? These are a few of what we made at Lakeside Amusement Park in Denver Colorado.  Although they’re not what one would call “wedding photojournalism,” the pictures tell a story of the young lovers. As a long time Denver photographer, it’s always fun to seek out the historical […]

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