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commongoldeneye

There is a flock of about 10 Common Goldeneyes at Lake Estes this winter. Their eyes are quite distinguishing as they look like a golden nugget shining in the sun.

This photograph is of a male (left) and a female. Have you ever seen a Common Goldeneye? They are quite stunning!

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fierybluesunrise

Another gorgeous sunrise here in Estes Park and Rocky Mountain National Park! So pretty, don’t you think?

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elkhidingsnow

Can you see the Bull Elk resting in the snow in the distance? Our home is only a few yards away from Rocky Mountain National Park, so it is really cool to see all the wildlife that lives around here.

 

 

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icelakeestes

The ice on Lake Estes looked just like a mosaic. It looks like it is all broken up but it is very smooth on top.

Cool, don’t you think?

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riversideplazalights

Riverside Plaza, in downtown Estes Park, is adorned with Christmas lights of all colors!

Pretty, don’t you think?

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fritillary1

I never have enough room in the summer to post all of my photographs of butterflies and wildflowers from Estes Park and Rocky Mountain National Park, so it is fun to post them off-season!

I love this photograph of this orange and black butterfly. I think it is a Copper but I am not sure what kind.  Does anyone know what kind of butterfly it is?

 

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