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elkwalkingwindow

This 6 point Bull Elk was enjoying all the grass growing close to our house as it was easier than digging through the snow farther away. Only problem was…he kept knocking his antlers against our window. And he was BIG with huge antlers. All we could think of was this huge guy coming crashing through our window or just breaking it with his antlers.

Every once in a while he would hear something and move away, only to come back a few seconds later.

elkantlerswindow

He was one determined Bull Elk…he wanted that easy to get grass! And we held our breath every time he came so close! Look at those antlers!

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marmotrock

The Marmots are all hibernating for the winter here in Estes Park and Rocky Mountain National Park.

I found this photograph that I took at the end of the summer and just had to post it.

Adorable, isn’t he?

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cormorantwings

Doesn’t this Cormorant remind you of the movie, The Karate Kid? I chuckle every time I look at this photograph! Ha!

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sunrise-downtown

When I took the photograph of the sunrise of Hallett Peak and Flattop Mountain that I posted a few days ago, I turned around and this was the sunrise from the other direction.

Doesn’t get much prettier! Everywhere you looked the sky was spectacular!

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elknoseprint

We were enjoying a movie on our DVD player this evening when we heard some scraping by our window. We looked up at just the same time this Bull Elk looked up…Wow! We were both a little surprised!

We now have a lot of elk “nose prints”¬†all over our window. Ha!

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muledeerwindow

I love it when the wildlife is so close to the house that they can actually look in our windows. It’s like they are checking us out instead of us checking them out.

I took this photograph last week before the snow. Pretty cool, huh?

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