—Photo by Cos Lindstrom
Humans aren't the only ones excited for the warmer weather. This herd of bighorn sheep seems frozen in anticipation as rays of sun shine down on Rocky Mountain National Park blooming green before them. So long, winter—hello, hiking season. We've been waiting for you.
April 30 2015, 9:30 AM
Knomad Colab's recent installation in Boulder, Colorado. —All photos courtesy of Katy Flaccavento and Zachary Gillerlain
In 2012, Katy Flaccavento and Zachary Gillerlain seemed to have everything figured out. Flaccavento was working on her Master of Fine Arts degree, while Gillerlain was finishing his doctorate in operations management, both at the University of Cincinnati. The duo had collaborated in music and art...
April 20 2015, 11:15 AM
Inside Rocky | From the best hikes to the coolest camping spots to guaranteed wildlife-viewing areas, our comprehensive guide to Rocky Mountain National Park will show you how to take advantage of this vast and beautiful playground less than two hours from Denver.
June 9 2014, 1:00 PM
Gayle Crites' “Invisible Ones Walking in Wounded Circles,” brush and sumi ink on siapo bark from Samoa
Many Colorado artists are inspired by nature. Not so many use the natural world as their medium. Denver-born, Golden-based artist Gayle Crites is one of the latter. Her mixed-media explorations of the environment, conservation, and the lessons we can learn from ancient communities and peoples are...
May 27 2014, 3:40 PM
The first time I went to the Denver Botanic Gardens, it was the middle of winter. I was 16 and visiting my brother who was at work for the day. Though snow had settled on many of the bushes, there was still fauna to view and a greenhouse in which to escape the chill. But I would be...
October 17 2013, 11:30 AM