Denver Architecture

A Saturday night walk about in Denver started on the campus of the University of Denver and then headed to the area around Civic Center Park. Stops at the Denver Art Museum and a couple of cathedrals made for some interesting images in the early evening light.

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Sloan’s Lake and I25 Light Trails

Another fun night with the Denver Night Photo Walk Community, aka the Denver Nightcrawlers. We started out at Sloan’s Lake Park hoping for a nice sunset with the skyline in the distance and maybe a reflection or two. Then a little playing with glow-sticks and steel wool for interesting light effects. While the majority headed off to photograph the nearby neighborhood and a few libations, a couple of us headed north to try for some light trails into Denver. Oh, and throw in one from a rain out at Coors Field, Cubs in town!

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Milky Way Season Begins

It was a cold February night/morning for our trek down to Eleven Mile Canyon State Park and Reservoir, but the location was ideal to capture the first Milky Way images of the season with a new moon night. We had enough time to capture images from both sides of the lake despite the galaxy not rising until 3:30 am.

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Milky Way Over Paint Mines

Milky Way Season Debuts!

Saturday, April 2, 2016, we officially kicked off the Milky Way hunters photography season.  An all night trip to the Paint Mines Interpretive Park, near Calhan, Co, yielded some interesting results. While not as agile as the other two shooters, I was able to scramble up and down to some interesting viewpoints. Even experimented with some new techniques and equipment for some very long exposure shots.

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Denver Skyline

Denver Skyline

The clouds were settling in over the city as set up to shoot from this iconic location. On top of that, the winds were strong enough to ruin quite a few images. But, overall I like this view.

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Tony Lazzari, Photographer

Two Nights Later…

Tony Lazzari, Photographer

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Exploring Rifle, Co

Rifle Falls State Park

My first winter trip to the park with a couple of photographer friends to capture some of the winter beauty. While the ice caves weren’t quite up to expectations, there was enough to capture some of the natural delights. I did play a bit with long exposure for the falls to soften the water flow, and I am happy with how the images turned out.

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Midnight Skies

Midnight Skies

While the Christmas full moon was obscured by clouds, the late night/early morning hours of 12/26-27 were fairly clear and provided good light over the area.

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