Month: May 2008

Storm Clouds

After I got off I work at 5 p.m. the clouds were very dramatic. I thought it might rain, but it didn’t. I drove up to the bottom of the Mt. Con Mine and took this photo (and many others) before heading out to dinner with my family. The biggest challenge was finding a position …

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Old City Hall

This is such a gorgeous building. I wish I knew more history about it. I took this photo not too long after the sun had set. After I took the photos I looked to my right and saw a hot pink sky to the West. How to Purchase

Yellow Door

I often pass by this building while driving on Mercury St., on my way to my studio in the Business Development Center. I finally decided to stop and take a photo. I wish I could use it as a set for some portraits. How to Purchase

Weekend Without Computer

I went to Missoula this weekend and forgot my power chord, so I was unable to upload photos and post, because the battery was on empty. It’s late and I’m about to go to bed, so I’ll post Friday’s photo, but yesterday and today’s photos will go up tomorrow. –Lisa


I was leaving my studio, and barely decided to grab my camera. I decided I would, “just in case,” even though I already had a photo to post. I started driving down Mercury St., and when I hit Arizona St. I saw a rainbow, pulled over, and it faded as I was taking photos. So …

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Train Tracks

This is a photo of train tracks on the East Ridge, with a sepia tone added. I volunteer at the Photo Archives (part of the World Museum of Mining) and I guess my hour up there today affected my treatment of the photo. I really enjoy browsing through historical photos, so that must have been …

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