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Category Archives: Photography
Labor Day marks the last day of the Colorado State Fair. Story to follow on KRCC later this week.
Terrible news. I was privileged to work with #DavidGilkey. The world has lost a being of great vision, talent and heart. NPR Photographer Killed in Afghanistan
Clouds and rain roll over the Sangre de Cristo Mountain in Colorado’s Wet Mountain Valley just before sunset on an early October evening. This image and others are available as prints – visit Shanna Lewis’ online gallery.
The Colorado State Fair kicked off Friday, with a full slate of livestock competitions, concerts, rides, food and people watching. More photos at cpr.org
Just posted this photo to my online gallery .
See more photography at shannalewis.fineartamerica.com
I shot this image earlier this summer. A gorgeous cloud lit up over downtown as we walked to the river for the lantern parade. This image and others are available as prints at http://shannalewis.fineartamerica.com/