Snowy Range Lakes Trail and New Exhibit of Photographs
Nice rain in Laramie last night (actually some substantial rain the last week) and fairly blue skies this morning. Head off for a backpacking trip with Steven and Marty tomorrow to the Mount Zirkel Wilderness in Colorado. First time for me so I’m looking forward to it; July is a great month for wild flowers so the hike may provide interesting photo opportunities. Mentioning hikes, recently Susan and I had a wonderful hike in the Snowy Range near Laramie (Lakes Trail from the Mirror Lake Trailhead). The Columbine flowers are especially beautiful this time of year. Below are a few photos. Some good news is that for the next three months Artisans’ Gallery in Laramie is displaying a number of my photos. They are part of a rotating collection: “Our Wondrous World: A Rotating Collection of Photographs by Michael Day.” Each month a different group of photos will be featured: East Africa in August, Galapagos in September, and Egypt in October. There will also be a few Saturday afternoon receptions (August 11th, September 8th, and October 6th) soooooooo if you’re in town stop by. (Attached is a flier about the display.) Finally, an up date on the Kenya program for next June, we already have six registrants … that means only six spots remain, i.e., are left/available. Hope a number of you are still considering this wonderful opportunity. More soon … Cheers!