Photo of Gem Lake – Rocky Mountain National Park (RMNP) – Novemeber 2012
On our (my son and I’s) trip to Colorado last year we stayed in Estes Park and on one of the days we went for the short hike up to a place called Gem Lake. For a town boy from Plymouth, England, this was a wonderful experience and the views were stunning. Here is a photo I took with my little compact camera of Gem Lake. It’s covered in ice and snow but still looks great.
Photo of Gem Lake – Rocky Mountain National Park (RMNP)
I was very pleased to receive the following recommendation on LinkedIn by Erik Stensland. In fact, at first, I didn’t think it was me that Erik was writing about!
“I’ve known Jonathan for over 20 years and he continues to amaze me with his ability to link disparate ideas to find creative solutions. He’s someone who seems to thrive on solving puzzles. I’ve had him help me with several web related problems and he always comes up with terrific solutions. The range of his technical skills is really impressive. Most of the folks I’ve worked with in the software industry are specialists in just one area while Jonathan seems to cover an incredibly wide range of technical fields. I’m fairly competent having established numerous networks and projects, but when I’m in a bind, he’s the guy I call. Extremely competent and creative. I don’t think I know anyone else who even comes close to his amazing set of computer skills” – Erik Stensland, Owner of Morning Light Photography
Thought it would be a great idea to post this link to a photography ebook by a renowned Rocky Mountain National Park photographer.
Getting Started in Landscape Photography
Check it out:
Getting Started in Landscape Photography by Erik Stensland
I live in Plymouth and have taken photos of the Barbican myself. How come my snapshots never look quite this good?
Check out Erik’s Images of Rocky Mountain National Park website for some stunning images
One of my favourite photos by Erik Stensland is ‘Evening at Rame’. It brings back a few pleasant memories of when the family were all together at Rame Head in Cornwall.