Category Archives: Photography

#Autumn Arrives In #Colorado’s Sangre de Cristo #Mountains

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NPR Photographer David Gilkey Killed in Afghanistan

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

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Early October Storm in Colorado’s Wet Mountain Valley

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.

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2015 Super Moon Eclipse and Moon Set

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Photos From the 2015 Colorado State Fair

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

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Swimming in the Mountains

Just posted this photo to my online gallery .

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Antique Farm Equipment

See more photography at shannalewis.fineartamerica.com

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Glowing Cloud and City

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/

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Just before the sun set over Horn Peak – Photo by Shanna Lewis

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Pueblo’s Old Bojon Town Celebrates Heritage; Eligible for Historic District Designation

Part of a small neighborhood near the former Colorado Fuel and Iron steel mill in southeast Pueblo could become a national historic district. As a post-World War II working class neighborhood, it’s not the kind of place you’d normally expect … Continue reading

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