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I love the color and shape of Aspen leaves. Especially when rain or snow is on the leaves.
I love the simplicity of this image.
These two lone peaks are very special to me. I climbed these when I was 14.
I enjoyed sitting on the rocks and listening to the river fall over the rocks.
The morning we drove out to Independence Pass we received a light dusting of snow. It just made everything look beautiful.
This is one of my favorite images from this location. When we showed up at this spot it was pitch black and no one else around for miles.
Rocky Mountain National Park
The Roaring Fork River has several little waterfalls the end up in a deep swimming hole called The Devil's Punch Bowl. I have never seen such blueish water before (outside of an amusement park).
After taking this image a local jumped into the water. Even though it was summer he said the water was still freezing.
The Medano Creek is fed from the melting snow from the San Juan Mountains. Standing in this creek took your breath away as it was so cold even in the summer.
As we drove into the park I noticed this dead tree on the side of the road, we had to turn around to get a few images.
I enjoyed watching the sun dance across the dunes. Such a beautiful landscape.
The lake was very low when we visited, so we had a lot of rocks exposed that most people do not get to see.
Two hikers and a dog can be spotted below the Large San Juan Mountains in the distance.
The Great Sand Dunes National Park
High Dunes with San Juan Mountains in the background.
Blowing sand hurts when it hits your face, and bad for cameras.
I was amazed at the power of the wind as I watched the snow blow off the top of the peaks.
This water's color is amazing and cold! I found out as I slipped off my snow cover rock in the water shortly after taking this image.
The hike to Bear Lake was so humorous. We watched as everyone was slipping and sliding their way to see the lake (still in summer). Bear Lake is at 9,450 feet so it was still covered in snow and Ice.
This lone female hiker was heading back to the welcome center.
The Maroon Lake was like glass this morning.
Loved this dead Rocky Mountain juniper Tree.
This area suffered from a forest fire years ago. The charred trees again the foggy morning was very surreal.
Awesome view above Bear Lake. If you zoom in you can see the snow trail blowing from the peak! Rocky Mountain National Park
A mountain peak in the Rocky Mountian National Park.
Independence Pass in October.
This mine is on HWY 82 on the way to Independence Pass.
Early Morning Sunrise.