Forty finalists have been announced for the 2019 Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards, and you can vote for your favorite; you might even win an iPad. Winner will be announced November […]
Even with photos, it’s difficult to imagine the devastation in the Bahamas caused by Hurricane Dorian, hard to grasp the effects of a Category 5 hurricane parking itself over sea-level […]
Alarmist? Since the ’60s I’ve heard that the Amazon rain forest is “the earth’s lungs” and supplies about 20% of the world’s oxygen. Yet all these years later, the Brazilians […]
From Nate Zeman’s website: Like a ship in the fog, Longs Peak reveals itself after being hidden in thick storm clouds. Just after the sun had dipped below the horizon […]
Mike Olbinsky recently released another of his amazing timelapse videos of storm activity over the Great Plains. Some of you may remember previous examples of his work, “Vorticity” and “The […]
Looking for a way to escape the summer heat? Don’t forget the live bear cam in Katmai National Park, Alaska. Icy whitewater, leaping salmon, determined bears, hungry gulls. All from […]
Look closely at the middle of that rain shaft in the photo. Do you see it? A funnel. The photo was taken yesterday, July 24, by Scott Garcia from The […]
Years ago, in Tampa Bay, FL, I was lucky enough to see three dolphins frolicking off the bow of my tour boat. I’d seen my share of dolphin pictures, but […]
… and people wonder why I’m hung up on webcams. This is from the Wild Basin webcam that I just rediscovered recently.
I was certain I’d written about this in the past — the profile of the sleeping Indian visible from Highway 7 near Allenspark, Colo. I was equally certain I’d included […]
I’ve long said Rocky Mountain National Park is my favorite place in the world. And it’s easy to assume that would mean a lot of time spent in and around […]
Updated Oct. 11, 2019. From Estes and Rocky Mountain National Park, south to Pikes Peak, these are my favorite Front Range webcams.
Pogo (Walt Kelly) said it best.
Let's make every day Earth Day before it's too late
The high today in Denver was 78°. A blizzard warning has been posted for tomorrow.