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lilylakereflection2

It’s not often that the water is still at Lily Lake in Rocky Mountain National Park. But this day, it was just glorious! The reflection of Lily Mountain on the lake was so pretty.

Don’t you think?

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mummycolor

I took this photograph of the Mummy Range from Lily Lake in Rocky Mountain National Park because the colors were so gorgeous and vivid. And then I took it in black and white and can’t decide which one I like better.

mummybw

Which one do you like better? Color or black and white?

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bearprintsoil

This bear apparently turned over an oil drum in Estes Park it leaked everywhere! It was all over the sidewalks and the parking lot!

And then I saw these bear tracks right along the sidewalk where he walked after his feast. They are all greasy and about 7″ in length. He must have been a pretty big bear!

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pinksunset

This sunset last week was so beautiful with its vivid pink and orange colors. It was only there for about 45 seconds. I shot  3 photographs and then it was gone.

Very dramatic, don’t you think?

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endovalleyparkinglot

We were so happy when saw that the road to Endovalley in Rocky Mountain National park was open again! The road all the way down to Old Fall River Road is closed (as it usually is for the winter), but you can park in the lot and walk down. It was such a treat to be there. It’s been over a year, since before the flood.

This photograph was taken right near the new bridge, looking at the parking lot. You can see the sign which is still buried in the rocks and sand about 6 feet down. They must have  really built the road up to its new level. Wow!

 

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mamandtwins

This Mama Mule Deer and her twin fawns have been hanging around our house a lot lately. We saw them periodically over the summer, but they seem to like the tall grasses this time of year so they are here much more. I think this is the same mother and twins that were born on the ledge outside our deck last June. I wrote a Blog with photographs on June 14th of their birth.

Yesterday they were eating the grasses and then resting for most of the day. The young ones were hidden in the grass and shrubs. Boy, have they grown!

It’s so much fun to see all the wildlife here in Estes Park and Rocky Mountain National Park, especially when you see them grow up!

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