Lately, the time I've spent on the computer has been limited. I am getting back into the groove and wrapping up projects after having the hard drive replaced due to a recall. It is always nice to check off items on the 'to do' list.
Last month Peggy bought two of my Colorado prints framed and ready to hang in her office. Hidden Path was taken on September 3rd, 2009 near Minturn in Eagle County, Colorado. The aspens were along side of the road and this was one of the last dozen images of the day just before sunset. I enjoy looking beyond the aspens into the forest to the paths that weave inbetween the trees. Hidden Splendor was taken the same year on September 5th in Summit County south of Breckenridge, CO. The falls are tucked below Blue Lakes in the White River National Forest.
A few days later, I received a photo Peggy took of the photos she hung in her office. She thought the sclupture may be too large to have on the desk in front of the photos. I immediately loved the metal sclupture and with a little digital repositioning in Photoshop, I set her the 'after' image of the photos flipped so the waterfall so it flowed along with the sclupture. This was my first remote hanging via a photo. She loved the idea of switching the two and mentioned that she knew something didn't look quite right but could not but her finger on it.