A dilapidated makeshift village of tents comprises the Boulder chapter of the Occupy Movement, casting an image befitting of a Christmas card. Say what you will about their cause, or their personal hygiene, the remaining participants are certainly a hardy lot.
The sunset cast a warm glow over Lake Dillon, in stark contrast to the frigid weather conditions.
In 2010 the entire Parker family convened on the slopes of Colorado for the first time in decades, convening on the slopes of Winter Park to watch Charlie and Aidan compete in a national ski race, then onward to Summit County to rip some righteous turns on familiar slopes, with a special guest appearance by the Wierengos. We left vowing to do it again next year!
For me there’s something very special about the Central Rockies of Colorado. Since first visited as a child of eight, this place has become a permanent fixture in my psyche. So its no surprise that I eventually called it home. It is here, during a seven year period in the mid nineties that I honed my photography skills. The resulting images stand out among my all-time favorites.
Scenes from a memorable spring break in Colorado, where I responded to the call for some skiing, flying across the ocean and traversing a Continent to make some turns with the next generation of Parkers! How great to see the tradition continues!