Monthly Archives: August 2011


The Phinney heritage Pro Cycling Colorado

Davis Phinney celebrating his overall victory in the 1988 Coors Classic. In 1986, he became the first American to win a stage at the Tour de France, while riding on the American-based team 7-Eleven Cycling Team.     […]

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us pro cycling winner leipheimer

Champion, Levy Leipheimer, wears the Quiznos leader, yellow jersey during final laps of the 6th stage of the US Pro Cycling Challange in Denver, Colorado.   Levy stays focused on the tight turn from Denver’s […]

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olympic gold medalist bike racing colorado


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Hinault racing Vail Colorado

Bernard Hinault, famous champion of the sport,  is part of the heritage of road racing in Colorado.  Coors and Celestial Seasons Red Zinger were event sponsors. Focus and intensity.    

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women vintage classic bike racing in colorado

World-class bike racing is winding it’s way through our Colorado landscape this week.  It’s a colorful, tactical and exciting sport with challenges for even an action specialist like me. Here’s one of four favorites which […]

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Diane Huntress portrait summer

There’s nothing like a telephoto lens capturing light jumping around on water to create circles of confusion then add a couple swimmers to silhouette making a graphic image of Summer.

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Adam Lerner concept

  Adam Lerner Director Chief Animator, Department of Fabrications Museum of Contemporary Art Denver

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vintage light artist

As a photographer who spent lots on Polaroid, it’s a real kick to create roid -like images with my iphone. Vintage + cool light artist, Dorothy Tanner, talks about her process withBJ Dyer of Bouquets at […]

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