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hummingbird2

When I looked out the window at my home in Estes Park early the other morning, there was this little Hummingbird perched on the bench of our picnic table. He was so cute, but what was he doing there? Ready for breakfast? How cute!

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We took a few photographs as he looked around. Then he tried fluttering his little wings without moving at all.

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And finally he flew away. We wondered if he had hit the window and was stunned for a few moments… Such an endearing little guy!

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queenscrowntundra

The pink Queen’s Crown wildflowers are just spectacular on the tundra in Rocky Mountain National Park. There are so many different varieties of wildflowers this year!

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There are a few trails on the tundra in Rocky Mountain National Park that we love to hike. This one, in particular, is one of our favorites. The wildflowers are spectacular!

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duckling

Phil and I were walking down by Lake Estes when we saw this little duckling swimming merrily along the shore. We both looked at each other and said, “Where is his mother?” “Why aren’t there any other ducks around?”

I sure hope he found his family or they found him. He was so cute and seemed so happy swimming along.

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swallowtail1

I must have taken over 50 photographs of this beautiful Western Tiger Swallowtail butterfly that was feeding on the Catmint wildflower in my yard. He was so pretty, especially with the purple Catmint wildflowers as the backdrop.

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Pretty, don’t you think?

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sunrisejuly15

This was such a pretty pink sunrise the other morning in Estes Park and Rocky Mountain National Park!

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