This film of still images by Chris Carruth depicts scenes from the first day of the 2013 flood in Boulder, Colorado. The audio is from the sounds of Boulder Creek, at the base of Boulder Canyon, still flowing much higher and faster than normal nearly a week after the flooding.
Carruth, a graduate of the CU ATLAS Institute (2013) is an avid photographer with a passion for covering environmental issues.
Carruth lives and works in Boulder, and spent most of the floods on a friend’s couch, waiting for the water in his basement to subside.
This is a classic autumn road-scape in Colorado, through our contributing photographer’s eyes. (Photo/Alexandra Dewind)
The second round of Photosynthesis is completed, with a new and beautiful set of images posted for viewing on our Photosynthesis website. Photosynthesis is the multimedia branch of the Boulder Stand, and a fantastic venue to share the world through your lens.
The theme of our next contest is leaves, an ever-interesting, dramatically transforming subject as the seasons change. How do you see the leaves? Send us three images before Sunday Oct. 21 at midnight. Submit to firstname.lastname@example.org, and please include a caption for your images.
Thank you to all of our contributing photographers this week! We are looking forward to more submissions next time around. Happy shooting!
We look forward to more submissions for the next round of Photosynthesis, with a theme that’s perfect for those just settling into Colorado as a new home, and those who never tire of the scenery: Colorado through my eyes.