Feel free to e-mail me:  kerry AT lightscapesphotography DOT com

If you’re interested, please check out my website.



  1. Remarkable and inspiring! Some truly beautiful pieces of work I think. Is there any chance of purchasing a copy to put on my blog page on health and the environment ( Stuart

    • Thanks very much for the kind words!

      If you’re interested in using any of my images for your website, I’d be very happy to work with you.

      Please e-mail me:

      Kerry AT lightscapesphotography DOT com

  2. Really nice efforts your havemade

  3. You’re pictures are amazing! I’m so following you’re blog! I’ll even tell my friends to check it out. They have to see this. I can’t wait to see more! Now I feel like my blog is so amateuristic 🙂
    But really; very awesome.

    • Thanks very much; I greatly appreciate the extremely kind words.

      • you’re welcome 😉
        my friend Laura Thostrup likes your pictures to! can’t wait to see more!

  4. I really love your black & White photos of the mountains. I’ve been seeking one in high resolution that can be printed into a wall mural at a retirement community. Could you please email me or call to discuss if you have any interested in selling a license to print one single mural? Thank you. Anita

    • Thanks very much for the kind words. Re the mural, I’m sending you an e-mail.

  5. I really enjoyed viewing your images that were taken on Highway 550. They’re simply gorgeous! But, I think one image is mislabeled. In 2015, I was just about where you were when I took a series of shots of a vertical mine shaft house to the east of the highway, set among the glowing aspens. But I wasn’t sure, until today when I was keyboarding those images, what mine this was. Instead of the Big Boy Mine (located near Georgetown, CO) this is the Country Boy Mine, and this mine shaft house is only one of three remaining intact in the entire Red Mountain District. Just thought you’d like to know. 🙂

    • Thanks very much for the correction; I will make a note to correct the text and image caption.

      I wasn’t sure which mine this was–I knew it wasn’t the Yankee Girl Mine, which is in plain sight, visible from the mining district overlook–but that’s all I was certain of. Someone who was on site when I was photographing it told me it was the Yankee Boy Mine, so I went with that. Oops. 🙂

  6. Corrected info.

Please feel free to comment

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: