Posts Tagged ‘Eric Bakke photos’

A memorable wet and wild assignment

A memorable wet and wild assignment

I often get asked, “What’s been your favorite assignment?”. The response is usually pre-empted with a chuckle and  a smile and a rather bewildered reply of “That’s a hard one.” Much like with a bucket list there are assignments you hope to cover in a career and then there are the ones you have encountered […]


A Humble Task

Peyton Manning

I was contacted by a national publishing house representative last week requesting I offer images for review for a new book featuring future NFL Hall of Fame inductee Peyton Manning. Manning spent fourteen years with the Indianapolis Colts before the club decided to look to the future for a younger quarterback and subsequently declined to renew […]


Winter Festival in Evergreen brings back memories

Winter Festival in Evergreen brings back memories

As kids growing up just down the hill from Evergreen (CO) we had no problem entertaining our selves around the neighborhood even during winter months. Our “playground” consisted of a frozen irrigation ditch for pond hockey, snow-packed cul-de-sacs or dead-end streets for a shoe version of pond hockey. We had nearby awesomely steep, teeth-rattling hills for our […]


Lots of good faces at Winter X Games in Aspen

Lots of good faces at Winter X Games in Aspen

After bagging a couple of days at the 2013 Aspen Winter X Games I have found a lot of great faces and garb to go along with action on the hill.


A Beaver Moon ?

A Beaver Moon ?

  Viewing full moons at 8000 feet provide lots of entertainment. Often they creep slowly up over the crest of Kinder Mountain east of the house creating mysterious silhouettes. Other times the lunar glow can be so intense that night hikes or snowshoeing are better illuminated than if one had a headlamp. We had a full […]


Training Camp is in the rearview mirror

August 25th, 2011

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Training Camp is in the rearview mirror

Fans like to attend training camps. It’s their first look at the team after a six month hiatus. In Denver, they are always greeted with with a combination of the following: HOT days, soaking rain and or threatening lighting, small sneaky biting flies and a culmination of great plays, good hits and a large dose […]


“Never Forgotten”-Even Ten Years Later

April 20th, 2009

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"Never Forgotten"-Even Ten Years Later

This site is normally reserved for fun, crazy, light-hearted and exciting episodes in my life and my photographic career. But today I pause in remembrance of those that lost their lives at Columbine High School on this date ten years ago. My prayers go out to all those families and to all of us that […]


Spring’s Greatest Gift-White Gold

Spring's Greatest Gift-White Gold

Spring snow falls offer great photos and relief to our Colorado farmers, ranchers and those of us with drinking wells.


There’s Nothing Like Getting Your Hands on Fine Smooth Curves

There's Nothing Like Getting Your Hands on Fine Smooth Curves

One of the benefits of my work is learning something new just about every day from either news sources, research or the people and the businesses they develop or direct or perhaps by the products they produce. Most recently my schooling came from Don Harris. Harris, who lives here in Evergreen, is a career military […]