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ColoRadie High-MTNs (2009) Batch #19 [3-10-17]

coloRadie high-MTNs (2009) batch #19 [3-10-17]

coloRadie high-MTNs (2009) batch #19 [3-10-17]…

I started studying ph0t0gRaphy @ 7.5 years, and by age-20 my hikes into Pikes Peak ‘reaches’ not always w others hit 13 different routes and 16 major days-long climbs (1966 thru 1968). Bears do not love we-People yet do not scaRe them nor attempt to feed, but take food and water and a bed-roll, etc.
What to study of the Ecology and what to ph0t0 made for a difficult duality. Yet, I desired the Existentialist of mTNS and that meant Zen, as well as learned dispositions in technical: Camera-ing and visuality.

These 41-years later iMaGeS will be added to my others of slr-35’s digitalized for a biggeR batch eventually. My geo-moRphics: coloRadie, U-T-tah, and Nevada (califoRnia has been stolen/lost) have garneRed lots more than one: over-niteR w fReezing in mind!

The public-Display is far diffeRent than the finished ‘pRoduct’ that one may Receive (in good shipping oRdeR) w puRchase i.e. no middle wAteRmark. Dig? There may be two forthcoming impRovement (changes) as challenges for having the visual-Acuity: a) for you to view, is low “KB’s”; b) no explanation of matte and aluminum-Backing each much higheR resolutioN MB’s (signed)–until now, has yet been politely given.

+ click on iMaGe to enlarge; stamp black-X to exit back column of iMaGes.
+ If you wish to purchase any in my website, list: a) batch-#… b) image # & entitlement in an e-Mail to e-Address… < >
+ pRices vary according to one of two pRocesses availing. Sizes are more static, oNLY 2 per iMaGe.

folks, thank you, “R” A.

[and now: sum of what I’ve studied and retuRned to find thRu a view-findeR, the high-countRy coloRado-RockiEs..]

1- “Allowing-the-fog-in-to-bReak-and-see-again-d-F-2X-chems-w-one-radionuclide” (19.5″W-x-13″H)

2- “gRievances-about-the-view-blockaGes-lately” (19.5″W-x-13″H)

3- “The-dRedge-mounds-of-1910-already-pounded-by-2009” (17.5″W-x-13″H)

4- “Not-moving-beyond-the-issues-of-R-O-N-G-phooel-automotive-highways-clutter-w-CO-2s-high” (17.5″W-x-13″H)

5- “Estrangement-mTN-neaR-township-bReckenridge-CO” (17.5″W-x-13″H)

6- “cRitical-climb-angle-take-the-windiest-approach-a-ridge-oR-look-fromafaR-to-closeR” (17.5″W-x-13″H)

7- cRop “cRitical-climb-angle-take-the-windiest-approach-a-ridge-oR-look-fromafaR-to-closeR” (23.25″W-x-13″H)

8- cRop-cRop “cRiticalclimb-angle-take-the-windiest-approach-a-ridge-oR-look-from-afaR-to-closeR” (17.5″W-x-13″H)

9- cRop-cRop-cRop “cRiticalclimb-angle-take-the-windiest-approach-a-ridge-oR-look-fromafaR-to-closeR” (17.5″W-x-13″H)

10- “Ohh-sweet-mellow-n-cold-mTN…” (17.5″W-x-13″H)

11- “Doing-youRself-justice-not-to-oR-climb” (17.5″W-x-13″H)

12- “High-slope-is-expeRts-climb-but-skiers-collect..” (17.5″W-x-13″H)

13- “Climbing-ridges-to-get-into-hard-gRanite-peaks-climbinGs..” (17.5″W-x-13″H)

14- “Miserly-sunlight-awaits-us-constantly-however” (17.5″W-x-13″H)

15- “How-many-moRe-times-than-a-glance-departed-dEAd-tRees-mixed-w-aspens” (17.5″W-x-13″H)

16- “What-is-our-dharma-now-what-the-chems-stRontium-90-incantations..” (19.5″W-x-13″H)

Bio-sketch (2-27-16)…

Bio-sketch (2-27-16)…

I started into believing that I would be able to show my data and my photogRapHics in 1996. By 1998 I was learning computers would gain ascendant methods thru technics of programming for a future connected to data and information. That was nuclear-Molecular finding(s) to share and my personal-Activism w first account specifics and engendering(s).

As cameras went 'digital-Tech' I fond that editing was also to follow in 2004. Then, in 2005 my first digital camera had replaced usage(s) of s.l.r. 35 mm's. I have no mercy nor pity for the thieves who have stolen my hard werk, as anxiety of what I allowed was mid-stReam--anyway! Those asshole-Pukes have cost me $1,000's on a fixed income and I remain single, sole-Survivor of two-Families w.o. offspring!

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