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While honeymooning in Breckenridge Colorado there was a snow sculpting competition held.

In February, artists from around the world flocked to a little ski village in Colorado named BRECKENRIDGE!


Leading up to their arrival, tons of snow was packed into massive frame boxes to give them a block of hard snow to carve. Over a week they carved some amazing designs then lit them up at night.

I re-revisited this image. I wanted to remove some of the foreground bits that were a bit distracting :) I think it worked quote nicely… I so want to get this printed nice ‘n’ big… just have to convince the Wife hehe

We drove up the Boreas Pass above Breckenridge (Colorado) to take a few shots of the whole mountain to showcase the ski runs. This is 5 images stitched together.

I re-processed this image with the techniques from Scott Wydens blog: http://scottwyden.com/hdr-photography-tip-shadowmapping/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed:+scottwyden+(Scott+Wyden+Imagery)

Rach and I went wandering yesterday afternoon to find a good place to take a shot of the sun setting over Breck. It seems to set about 5pm every night, almost like clockwork!

Just as our toes were starting to protest about standing in the snow for so long while we waited for the sun to dip below the mountain, I saw this horse and cart emerge around the corner I pounced on my remote and got this shot. 

Once the shutter released I quickly packed up my tripod and camera and we headed off to D’vine Wine for some tastings. Great evening!!!

This is one of the award winning snow sculptures titled Spirits of the Aurora at Breckenridges Snow Scuplting Competition.I took another few landscape images at night and stitched them together.

This is one of the award winning snow sculptures titled Spirits of the Aurora at the Breckenridge Ski Resort Snow Scuplting Competition.I took 3 landscape images and stitched them together to get better quality.
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Rach and I went wandering yesterday afternoon to find a good place to take a shot of the sun setting over Breck. It seems to set about 5pm every night, almost like clockwork!

Just as our toes were starting to protest about standing in the snow for so long while we waited for the sun to dip below the mountain, I saw this horse and cart emerge around the corner I pounced on my remote and got this shot. 


Once the shutter released I quickly packed up my tripod and camera and we headed off to D’vine Wine for some tastings. Great evening!!!