A short but spectacular trip.
Prairie scene near Monte Vista, CO.
Street scene in Salida, CO.
Kayak motif in Salida.
Kayaking at Vallecito Reservoir.
Kayaking Vallecito Reservoir. Photographer’s point of view.
Chickens in their coop. Vallecito, Colorado.
Working on the railroad. Narrow gauge, Durango to Silverton, Colorado.
Having fun in Durango at the Silverton to Durango narrow gauge railroad station.
Enjoying a drink at Durango’s Bookcase & Barber. A modern day speakeasy.
Photojournalist Jeremy Wade Shockley at his show in the Red Room
at The Open Shutter Gallery in Durango. Sadly, his was one of the last.
The venerable Open Shutter is closing down.
One of the oldest hotels in Durango. The historic Rochester at dusk.
The debate over which storage medium will keep your data the longest seems on its way to being moot. CDs? DVDs? Hard drives? Magnetic tape? Nope.
How about a two millimeter thick piece of quartz glass? Calling it “semi-perpetual” Hitachi claims that your data would survive for nearly 300 million years.
Far out, eh?
(Check out the article at Scientific American.)