July 2012 Desktop Wallpaper – American Flag Barn

American Flag Barn in Colorado with July desktop wallpaper

Colorado has so much creativity and art associated with it’s history that a short drive through the foothills will reveal sculptures, murals, and giant American flags like this one just outside of Boulder. What better month to have an American flag than the month that the United States celebrates it’s independence.

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2012 Casey Mac Photo Wall Calendar

My 2012 Casey Mac Photography Wall calendar is now available for purchase! The calendar includes a selection of my favorite images that I shot in Colorado, California, and Utah in 2011. The calendar is 11″x17″ when open and spiral-bound on 100# white gloss stock paper. The views you see below have marked some of my favorite moments of this past year. I hope that they can bring you the same joy and awe into your surroundings.

The calendar is $20 + $3 shipping. If you’re purchasing more than 5 calendars, contact me and I will provide you with a discount.





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November 2011 Desktop Wallpaper

Fall is winding down in Colorado and winter is just around the corner. This shot of Capitol Peak was taken from the trailhead that leads to the base of the 14er. Aspen and the surrounding Elk mountains received a fresh blanket of snow early in October turning most of the mountain summits white.
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October 2011 Desktop Wallpaper

Fall colors are finally here and a trip down to Telluride for Telluride Photo Festival provides one of the best times and settings to photograph them. This shot was taken from the Alta Lakes towards Lizard Head and Wilson Peaks just outside of Telluride.
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Colorado’s Sunflower Season

Each summer, the sunny plains of eastern Colorado provide the perfect environment for growing endless fields of sunflowers. The endless array of bright yellow lying underneath blue skies are perfect for great landscape photos.
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7 ski/snowboard films for 2011 that you must watch

A quick warning that what lies ahead is a quick and easy way to waste away an hour of your Monday afternoon. For whatever reasons, ski/snowboard film companies release all of their movie teasers for their fall movies in the dead heat of summer. While I’m out riding mountain bikes and rock climbing, now I can come back to my computer and dream of riding fresh powder in January. Here’s a preview of 7 of the films that I’m looking forward to watching most this fall.

The Art of Flight (Brain Farm Digital Cinema)

After 2009’s That’s It That’s All, I thought the best of the best had been reached in snowboard films. I was wrong. Travis Rice and crew are back filming with Brain Farm and the trailer looks amazing.

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Death Valley (part one)

This past week I spent 5 days hiking and trekking through Death Valley National Park. Despite temperatures that ranged from the low 90s during the day and the low 20s at night, I had a great time seeing a part of the country that I had yet to experience. My favorite part of the park was the Racetrack Playa, a dry lake bed covered with sailing stones.

When the lake bed receives rains that cover just enough of the playa’s clay surface to make it slick, strong winds upwards of 90 mph push the rocks across the desert floor, leaving trails behind them. Some of the heavier rocks with rough bottoms leave a very deep trail that makes the Racetrack a photographer’s playground.

A path behind a sailing stone on Racetrack Playa in Death Valley National Park

Racetrack Playa in Death Valley National Park at night.

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