I always love the drive up Bear Lake Road in Rocky Mountain National Park…in any season. It always takes my breath away!
We took a drive up there last weekend after the snow and the views were just spectacular! Amazing, arenn’t they?
There wasn’t a ripple in the water on Bear Lake in Rocky Mountain National Park when I took this photograph a couple of days ago. It was one of the most beautiful days that I’ve ever been up there.
Aren’t these photographs just spectacular? It doesn’t get much prettier than this!
I have seen this black and white butterfly in Rocky Mountain National Park several times this summer but could never get a good photograph. It kept flying away.
This particular day last week Phil and I were up at Bear Lake and it landed right on the rock we were walking by. Wow! What luck!
It is called a Weidemeyer’s Admiral and is just stunning! It is black and white on the outside, but when it folds its wings you can see some red underneath. In the top photograph you can even see its tongue curving around. It likes to feed on willows, aspens and cottonwoods.
Have you ever seen a Weidemeyer’s Admiral? Isn’t it just gorgeous?