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By The Legacy Group, TheLegacyTeam
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Surrounding Sedalia area is a prime area for 100% financing on a home loan. Sedalia, Colorado buyers can get 100% financing on new home purchases in close by areas.This 100% program is truly not just for rural housing but for most of the geographic areas surrounding Sedalia, Colorado qualifies fo...

By James A. Browning, MRE REOCertified(R) SSCertified
(Browning Real Estate School/REO Institute)
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This course is specifically created to teach Residential Brokers how to increase their income and knowledge regarding Duplexes & Multi-Family properties.Class Description:In this class, Residential Brokers will learn how to increase their income by learning the terminology and tools necessary fo...

By The Richards Group, JD, ABR, GREEN, SFR, Denver CO Home & Real Estate
(CCP, LLC - Denver CO Home & Real Estate)
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Featured Neighborhood: Christy Ridge Home & Real Estate For Sale Christy Ridge Home Search Sedalia CO Home Search Metro Denver CO Home Search When you are ready to look at homes (or have one to sell) in Christy Ridge of Sedalia CO give me a call. I would love the opportunity to earn your business...

By The Richards Group, JD, ABR, GREEN, SFR, Denver CO Home & Real Estate
(CCP, LLC - Denver CO Home & Real Estate)
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Featured Neighborhood: Dawson Butte Home & Real Estate For Sale Dawson Butte Home Search Sedalia CO Home Search Metro Denver CO Home Search When you are ready to look at homes (or have one to sell) in Dawson Butte of Sedalia CO give me a call. I would love the opportunity to earn your business! M...

By Mike Hendren
(Mike Hendren Photography)
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A few days ago, I was treated to a spectacular, fiery sunrise the morning after a few inches of fresh snow softly coated the pines near home. Hear was a golden opportunity to try out some HDR (High Dynamic Range), using my new camera, the Nikon D7000.  So far I've been thrilled with the results ...

By Mike Hendren
(Mike Hendren Photography)
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We all talk about which camera is the best or which lens is the fastest or sharpest, always looking for that perfect combination that might help us take awesome photos.  However, the absolute most important part of any photography shoot is the brain. A great photographer can capture excellent im...

By Mike Hendren
(Mike Hendren Photography)
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Photo © Mike Hendren, 2009 One morning in November, I looked out the window to see what promised to be a gorgeous sunrise.  Fortunately, my Nikkor 14-24mm lens was already on my camera, a Nikon D700, so all I had to do was grab the tripod and run out the door.  I set up just behind the house and...

By Mike Hendren
(Mike Hendren Photography)
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 Photo © Mike Hendren, 2009 This summer, after a thunderstorm had passed overhead, I noticed a double rainbow out my window. After taking a few shots, my wife got home and said, "You've got to see the rainbow at our neighbor's house." So I grabbed my camera and drove down.It was such a nice setu...

By Mike Hendren
(Mike Hendren Photography)
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Photo © Mike Hendren, 2009   We had a few inches of fresh snow just a few days ago.  The morning brought us clear skies and sunshine, and as I walked around the end of my garage, I was treated to this beautiful sight!   This mule deer buck was just meandering along, looking for food (or maybe lo...

By Mike Hendren
(Mike Hendren Photography)
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This morning, while waiting for my first cup of coffee to brew, I noticed these copper canisters sitting on the counter.  So, I grabbed my Nikon D700 with the 14-24 mm lens, set it on the countertop and fired off 5 bracketed shots.Then I played with several of my software "toys" : First, I expor...

By Mike Hendren
(Mike Hendren Photography)
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I've been thinking about this for a while.  We all stay in touch - sporadically - occasional emails and phone calls where we try to "catch up", but there are so many things that happen to us between times, it would be impossible to remember to talk about all of them.  So we try to update the rea...

By Mike Hendren
(Mike Hendren Photography)
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I apologize for "tootin' my own horn" - - - but I just couldn't help it.  :-) I recently moved my photo blog  http://thrumikesviewfinder.com to Wordpress.com to be hosted there.  Within a couple of days, my most recent post about "Canyonlands Nat'l Park", got promoted to the Wordpress.com home pa...

By Mike Hendren
(Mike Hendren Photography)
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  Photo © Mike Hendren 2009 More information is available at my Photo Blog

By Mike Hendren
(Mike Hendren Photography)
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I've been watching them for about a week, now - about 20 of them.  They've been slowly circling the house, apparently scoping it out from every direction.  We're surrounded by trees and brush but I still see them from time to time - methodically, checking out every angle.  They even pretend that ...

By Mike Hendren
(Mike Hendren Photography)
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  Photo © Mike Hendren 2009  

By Mike Hendren
(Mike Hendren Photography)
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Photo © Mike Hendren 2009

By Mike Hendren
(Mike Hendren Photography)
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Photo © Mike Hendren, 2009   One evening, after a rain shower passed through, I saw this gorgeous rainbow just behind my neighbor's house, not far from Sedalia, Colorado.   It looks like the rainbow is going right down their chimney - I need to get in there to see if that "pot of gold" is really...

By Mike Hendren
(Mike Hendren Photography)
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Photo © Mike Hendren 2009 I found this old rusty plow sitting in a nice green pasture, not far from Sedalia, Colorado.  The scene was so serene and peaceful that I couldn't resist.  Plus, I think it kind of reminded me of the fact that I retired about 5 years ago, but didn't stay retired like th...

By Mike Hendren
(Mike Hendren Photography)
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American Flag TatteredCanvas, originally uploaded by SensorPhoto. (This flag was found flying proudly in Sedalia, Colorado - it's since been retired.) I know some of you object to flags that should have been "retired", but personally, I can't fault anyone who proudly displays our beautiful flag, ...

By Mike Hendren
(Mike Hendren Photography)
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This old, rusty motorcycle sits on the roof of one of the buildings in the small town of Sedalia, Colorado.  It seems emblematic of the motorcycle "gatherings" that often take place, here. On most weekends, if the weather is nice, lots of people take the opportunity to get out and enjoy the beaut...

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