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Michael Yearout
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A sneak peek at Nancy’s latest listing
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Early this week I was in Vail, Colorado doing some "road shots" for a company I freelance for - CGI Backgrounds. The work is a lot of fun and a completely different form of photography than I usually do. Here is one shot from my trip.
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Clouds and blue sky from my deck today
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Last week I was at my local shelter doing my regular pro bono portrait photo session. This feline stood out. Mojo. What a beautiful creature.
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Continuing my "My Home Town" series. This is a shot of Peak 9 in Breckenridge, taken from high up on Boreas Pass Road during a mid-summer thunderstorm. During mid to late summer we sometimes get what I call "clouds folding down over the mountains." This is one of those days.
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In the middle of the image, just below the ridge of the mountain (Peak 10), you’ll see The Whale. Head on the right, tail on the left. This doesn’t usually appear until August. But this year it’s here in late June. iPhone shot.
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Continuing my "My Home Town" series. This is the Barney Ford Museum in downtown Breckenridge. Mr. Ford has quite the history: he was born a slave in 1822 and in he escaped slavehood in 1848 and in 1851 decided to prospect for gold in California. He did get rich, but not from gold, but form the hotel and restaurant business. In 1882 he moved to Breckenridge and built a home on a city block he purchased. That home has been restored and is now the Barney Ford House Museum. He died in 1902.
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