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Old 10-03-2011, 11:59 PM
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Rocky Mountain National Park - October 2011

'Tis a privilege to live in Colorado...

Estes Cone:


Bear Lake:


Bear Lake Reflections:


Glacier Gorge:


Moraine Park:


Moraine Park Elk:


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Old 10-04-2011, 05:38 PM
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Wow!!!
Stunning landscapes,you are a lucky man!What type are the yellow trees?Here in Brazil we have the yellow ipe,a beatiful tree.


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Thanks! Those are Aspen trees, also known as "Quaking Aspen" for the sound they make in the wind - because they are so close together. Each stand or group of Aspen are actually one organism and part of the same root and growth system. You can see them better in this image:


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I do envy anyone living in Colorado. I've spent many summer vacations in Estes Park and roamed Rocky Mountain Park and hiked quite a few of the trails. It's truly a beautiful place to be. Your pictures take me back in spirit. Thank you for showing them.


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Thanks Buddy,really is a show of nature.


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