County Offices, Courts, and the Landfill will all be closed on Monday, May 30, 2016 for the Memorial Day Holiday. Critical services at Larimer County are not disrupted by closures.
You don't take a photograph, you make it.
– Ansel Adams
Photographers use the tools of their trade combined with strong artistic vision to present their unique perspective of the world whether they're taking portraits, documenting special events, or capturing the essence of Larimer County's amazing natural resources. A photograph conveys, in a way no words can, a sense of the mystery and beauty of life, nature, and the achievements of mankind.
Your images can help tell the story of Larimer County's parks and open spaces. Selected photographs are used in annual reports, calendars, promotional materials, website, slide shows, and where a thousand words get boiled down to a single picture! Be a parks and open spaces photographer.
Thanks to these photographers for their time and talent in the last year, and for allowing the use of their art:
|After a successful technology career, Harry moved from California to Northern Colorado to pursue his passion for outdoor activities and photography (Harry-Strharsky.artistwebsites.com & HarryStrharsky.photoshelter.com). He developed and has maintained Larimer County Natural Resource Department's photo database for the past five years, and is active in the Fort Collins Digital Camera Club.||
Devil's Backbone Sunrise
|Jeff moved to the Fort Collins area 20 years ago. He has had a lifelong passion for photography of all types, and especially enjoys combining this passion with the love of the Front Range for the Natural Resources Department. He also enjoys spending time with his family.||
Red Mountain Archaeology
|As a photojournalist Charlie received national and state awards in photojournalism and has been published in numerous newspapers and publications including US News & World Report, Newsweek, Runners World, National Cattlemen's Beef Association, Playboy (news story), Chemical Times, Animal Rights Weekly, and Weekly Reader.||
Fossil Creek Regional Open Space
Red Mountain Open Space