Ken Papaleo: X Marks the Shot

Colorado - New Post - Walden Colorado Wildlife Auto Tour.




"X Shot" information.
Camera - Canon EOS 5D Mark II
ISO - 400
Shutter Speed - 1/250 sec.
F/Stop - 22
Lens - 70/200 zoom

Walden is know for its moose but there is more there to see. Just south is the Wildlife Auto Tour. There you find a lot of birds, grassy fields and scenic sunsets/sunrises. Its worth a visit if your in the area. 






















Ken Papaleo
Colorado Photographer
303-674-0615




Colorado - "X Marks the Shot" put on hold.



 New entries to my photo blog "X Marks the Shot" will be put on hold for awhile. It seems that I have MDS, a type of terminal bone marrow cancer. They tell me I have 1 to 3 years. After I get use to the side effects of chemo and get my life back into some order, I will be back out shooting. Until then I have almost 10 years of posts from all around Colorado, please check some of them out.




Thanks for all your views over the years.
Be Back Soon!
Ken


Colorado - Some spring images from Denver.


"X Shot" information.
Camera - Canon EOS-1Ds Mark III
ISO - 800
Shutter Speed - 1/800 sec
F/stop - 4.0
Lens - 70/200 zoom

















Ken Papaleo
Colorado Photographer
303-674-0615



Colorado - Spring skiing in the Rocky Mountains


"X Shot" information.
Camera - Canon EOS 5D Mark II
ISO - 100
Shutter Speed - 1/250 sec.
F/stop - 16
Lens - 16/35 mm zoon













Ken Papaleo
Colorado Photographer
303-674-0615


Colorado - Spring snow photos in the mountains.

Evergreen

Loveland Pass

Vail Pass

Denver

Steamboat

Mount Evans

Staunton State Park

Trail Ridge Road

Rabbit Ears Pass

Evergreen



Ken Papaleo
Colorado Photographer
303-674-0615



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Evergreen, Colorado, United States
I worked for the Rocky Mountain News for 28 years, until they went out of business. I now do freelance work, post this weekly blog, ski and play with my four grand children. I still have the love to get out and take photographs, which brings me great peace and comfort.

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