Our designs were created to capture the beauty found in the wild. Please take some time and read the interesting facts below each image. We promise you'll have a new appreciation for

The Ocean is a powerful force.          It makes up more then 70% of the worlds surface.            A swallow of seawater may contain millions of bacterial cells, hundreds of thousands of phytoplankton and tens of thousands of zooplankton!             The Great Barrier Reef - measuring 1,243 miles-  is the largest living structure on Earth and it can be seen from the Moon.       There are about 4,000 coral reef fish species worldwide, accounting for approximately a quarter of all marine fish species.                     Eighty per cent of all pollution in seas and oceans comes from land-based activities.          

The Ocean is a powerful force.          It makes up more then 70% of the worlds surface.            A swallow of seawater may contain millions of bacterial cells, hundreds of thousands of phytoplankton and tens of thousands of zooplankton!             The Great Barrier Reef - measuring 1,243 miles-  is the largest living structure on Earth and it can be seen from the Moon.       There are about 4,000 coral reef fish species worldwide, accounting for approximately a quarter of all marine fish species.                     Eighty per cent of all pollution in seas and oceans comes from land-based activities.        

 

Oh those Boulder Flatirons....... The Third Flatiron is an iconic climbing crag located just west of Boulder. At 1,400 feet - if you need a visual, that’s just shy of the Sears Tower in Chicago- this rock formation is intimidating to newcomers, but many climb it without the use of ropes.               Not recommended.                         Katherine has done it and survived to tell the tale but not her favorite experience ;) Many mammals, retiles, and insects live in these foothills, including mountain lions, bob cat, black bear, coyote, porcupine, deer, elk, hummingbird, and rattlesnakes!!  

Oh those Boulder Flatirons....... The Third Flatiron is an iconic climbing crag located just west of Boulder. At 1,400 feet - if you need a visual, that’s just shy of the Sears Tower in Chicago- this rock formation is intimidating to newcomers, but many climb it without the use of ropes.               Not recommended.                         Katherine has done it and survived to tell the tale but not her favorite experience ;) Many mammals, retiles, and insects live in these foothills, including mountain lions, bob cat, black bear, coyote, porcupine, deer, elk, hummingbird, and rattlesnakes!!