#Wildlife #photography in the Colorado Rocky Mountains by #swkrullimaging
#Photography of the Sangre de Cristo and snow on the first day of spring!
On seeking wisdom and knowledge.
A Culture of Cruelty
Choosing good over evil
One of those memories from one year ago popped onto my Facebook today, it was a great memory of a great day, breakfast with my beloved cousin whom I hadn't seen for too many years to even count. However the good part of that day was overshadowed by the memory of the rest of the … Continue reading Turning Point
Shooting the pictures is the fun part that makes it all worth while, but for a stock photographer there is a considerable amount of work to be done that isn't all that much fun. With the capturing of hundreds, even thousands of images comes the job of cataloging and editing and processing. Summertime would seem … Continue reading The Work
It is Finished
This year as Christians celebrate Easter, Jews are celebrating Passover. One of my friends posted the words “It is finished.”, a phrase that reminded me that the two holidays were never meant to be celebrated separately. As Christians celebrate the death and resurrection of Jesus, Jews this year are celebrating and remembering their deliverance from … Continue reading It is Finished
Pikes Peak or Bust
Pikes Peak or Bust, my motto lately, became one step closer to reality today. Under contract for a house in the old west mining town of Cripple Creek, Colorado. Sketchy start to the day however, as creepy stalker woman somehow managed to be out working in the yard in March at 7:00 a.m. so as … Continue reading Pikes Peak or Bust
Giving Thanks for Cyber Monday
I know, Thanksgiving would have been a much more appropriate time for a blog message... but I was working on Thanksgiving Day and was kind of bummed about that and didn't really feel very thankful about it. Looking back though, it wasn't so bad... way better than last year, which was the worst Thanksgiving of … Continue reading Giving Thanks for Cyber Monday
End of Summer 2016
The annual mass migration out of the mountains on Labor Day is in full swing... Thousands of cars, RV's, and camper trailers streaming out of the mountains on their journey back to the cities. Can't say I'm sorry to see them go. I know they are supposed to be good for business in the state … Continue reading End of Summer 2016