Watching the sunset over Red Rocks Colorado while listening to Incubus rock out was a trip for the books. My husband has been doing this every time Incubus is there with his friends since college. You would think after over a decade we would have upgraded from the camp grounds to a hotel......but then again you can’t mess with tradition.
❤️🙋🏻♀️⛰ Of all the times I’ve visited @redrocksco & have seen shows there, I’d never stepped foot on the stage (until last November). So much magic has taken place on that stage (pictured here) that it’s hard for me to even fathom. Plus, look at those crazy rock formations! This is more of my “missing Colorado” series. Thanks for sharing the experience with me & for taking the 📷 @mrhairypants.
Red Rocks multimedia watercolor painting commission 🖼 finished! Prints coming soon 💥 Reach out if you’re interested in a painting of your own.
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Just finished this multimedia watercolor Red Rocks commission I’ve ben working on 😄 the watercolor/pastel/charcoal combo is my absolute favorite medium. What do you think of the final product?
Lately, my climbing and training sessions have been... interesting. The amount of time I'm able to climb, and what I'm able to climb has been largely dictated by my wrists. I injured them about a month ago, and they haven't seemed to get much better.☹ Injuries suck, but le psych is still high!😉💃
We’re missing these views already. Huge thanks to Jan Broberg and @centerfortheartsatkayenta for having us out this past weekend, what a wildly generous and wonderful crowd. We had a blast with you al! We hope to be back in your beautiful town of Ivins, UT very soon. #redrocks#harmony
The Middle East is bustling, chaotic, and lively. It’s also contemplative, spiritual, and silent. It is a place of contrasts and contradictions. It must be experienced to begin to touch the culture at all. This Is true of Petra too. Below is the hustle of camel rides, donkey rides, and a selfie fest galore. Up here...it is quiet, peaceful and you can sense the remnants of the times before Lawrence of Arabia and Indiana Jones put Petra on every travelers map ( for good reason). Throughout its history ( and it is an ancient city ... think Nabateans) Petra has vacillated, its been a bustle place of trade with 20,000 inhabitants and a quiet, fallen, hidden city home to a handful of nomads. Today it bustles again with growing global tourism. Once through the Siq we knew we want to find a high point to take it all in. The climb up was crazy. A teenager guiding the way and with one hand pulling us over gaps in the path. Up here...we have this place to ourselves ( well plus one teenager and a soda salesman😉). We can rest, breathe and try to connect a bit with this fascinating city’s past and present.