Weimaraner Love | Photography by Brenda Colwell

December 02, 2013  •  Leave a Comment
While visiting my injured friend Laurie recently we sat and chatted over hot tea curled up on a nice comfy couch in her incredibly welcoming home. I listened to the story of her accident and she listened to me ramble on. I actually thought I would never leave the comfort of her nest and warm presence. All the while, we were in the company of her fr...
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Home Grown Fire Chief | Photography by Brenda Colwell

June 23, 2013  •  Leave a Comment
Another great thing about living in a small town is having friends in high places. I could be talking about altitude, because our houses sit at 8700' feet and higher in Telluride, Colorado, but what I am really referring to are my friends who run the town, or in this case the Fire District. John Bennett is our newly appointed Fire District Director...
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Stop & Smell the Horses | Photography by Brenda Colwell

June 18, 2013  •  Leave a Comment
In the Mountains of Colorado, the end of June can be a set of mixed feelings when you run a ranch. The shortage of rain fall brings low water pond levels and concerns over stocking up winter hay, pasture growth and the challenges of water shares and water calls. But yet, that same shortage of rain means nice warm weather and that brings long leisur...
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Telluride's Balloon Glow | Photography by Brenda Colwell

June 03, 2013  •  Leave a Comment
Balloon Glow 2013 Main Street - Telluride, CO Could it get any better living in Telluride? Imagine walking down Main Street with 8 larger than life hot air balloons lining the center of the street? The flames pumping noisily to get the balloons full, and just as the sun goes down the entire street is lit up. Now, it gets better. Everyone you k...
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Explorage Blog: North Scottsdale | Photography by Brenda Colwell

May 05, 2013  •  Leave a Comment
"Explorage" - Is it a noun or a verb? It is kind of like storage or verbiage or maybe linkage. I think of it as the stuff I collect on my forays to those little places I never stop to really look at unless I am alone. Recording memories, views, places and the things in them that attract my eye and ultimately my camera. My study of color, shapes, th...
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