Near the Avery brewery in Boulder county is an open space named Twin Lakes. Along the eastern side of the one of the reservoirs is an old irrigation ditch. We thought the flowing water and the dense vegetation made for an interesting photograph. This image was made sometime this last summer. We plan to head back and capture the same scene with snow and bare trees sometime this winter.
This image was made with a Mamiya 7 and Kodak Portra film.
This is my favorite song quote from the 1975 Diana Ross film Mahogany. It says a lot about my current situation.
As you can see I’m still using a walker. And as it turns out, I will soon be having surgery on my right knee; a total knee replacement. Hopefully my recent fall on my left knee will not require additional surgery.
Sorry that I missed my August posting, I’ve been very distracted due to my continuing health issues. I also have an update on my vision. I am now legally blind, but with my husband’s help I am able to continue to blog. The proton beam radiation treatment for my tumor has damaged my optic nerves, leaving partial degraded vision in the right side and no vision in the left. As you can guess, this has made photography challenging, but not impossible. I persevere! I have even heard of blind photographers. I will have to investigate their work.
Over the bext twoo weeks I will be deciding the Fate of the Blog. I am now visually impair and may eventually go blind. Now, I could continue to blog, but WordPress IS NOT making it easy. So Should I continued the Drama? If you want me to try to continue this Blog vote a Like. Another option may be to use my BlogSpot Blog and see gowm that wotks.
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My February 2021 offering to the Frugal Film Project. Almost didn’t make the deadline last week, but fortunately my film turnaround time at Old School Photo Labs was quick. Thank you guys! So here it is:
Gross Dam & Reservoir
On one of our afternoons wandering the Foot Hills of the Rocky Mountain Front Range, we ventured to one of our favorite sights: Groos Dam and Reservoir.
The Gross Dam is part of an extensive network of reservoirs that supply the Denver Water System. It was named for Denver Water former Chief Engineer Dwight D. Gross.
Approved for expansion July 2020. The design of the addition is expected to be completed in 2021. It will add 10 feet to the height of the dam.