Spring Break!

Mike and I are spending my spring break in Edinburgh. It may be rainy and cold, but we are having a good time.

Snow Day!

10 inches of snow in metro Denver + a snow day from school = skiing in the mountains.

Mike and I spent the day skiing thanks to a snow day.

Spring's Song

It was hard not to notice the birds out in full force today. Although I hope spring is here to stay, I know that snow is once again in the forecast for the Denver metro area.

Sign of Spring

Daily Shoot: "Sunday challenge: It's a new season (Spring up north, Fall down south). Make a photograph that illustrates the change."

Thinking Spring!

Yesterday, the Denver Metro Area got about 1/2 foot of snow. I am hoping spring is just around the corner.

Changing Perspectives

As a part of my weekly challenges, I had to take 20 pictures of the same object. After about 100 pictures, these are my 20 best.

Daily Shoot: Two Minute Walk

"Grab your camera and walk 2 minutes in any direction. Stop. Find a photo worth making from where you stopped and post it."

Interestingly enough, the owner of these peppers is a teacher at a middle school not too far from the high school I work at. He was sitting on his porch and we started talking about peppers and work and how crazy education is.

Race Day!

Crossing the finish line after 13.1 miles!

Daily Shoot: Symmetry

Daily Shoot: "Most of us enjoy some symmetry in our lives. Look around for it today and make a symmetrical photo. (via @melhutch)"

Google Swag

As a Google Certified Teacher, I was a Lead Learner at the Google Workshop for Educators in Aurora, Colorado on Saturday. Here is some Google swag that the participants got.

Love in the form of Chocolate

Daily Shoot: Food engages all the senses. Make a photograph of food that causes our mouth to water or pucker. Get the viewer engaged.

Mountain Biking Near Boulder

Found this picture on my point and shoot this morning. Looks like Mike had fun on his day off.

Ouray, Colorado Day 3

Snapped a few action shots of us climbing on Monday in the ice park. This climb was about 30 meters long.