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The Moose & The Rainbow   Leave a comment

Moose and Rainbow after summer rain storm. Taken at Sprague Lake in Rocky Mountain National Park.

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Rocky Mountain National Park

Bear Lake

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Prettier Than Fireworks

The Snow In The Pines

Posted August 14, 2017 by henrymowry in National Parks

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A Rainbow At Sunrise   Leave a comment

Rick Scalf and his dad were photographing sunrise at Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado when a rainbow started to appear. “We began shooting the scene in true amazement as this complete rainbow unfolded before our eyes.” Photo by Rick Scalf. Posted on Tumblr by the US Department of the Interior, 6/18/17.

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Rocky Mountain National Park

Bear Lake

Dream Lake

Fall Color

Hiking to Ouzel Falls

Prettier Than Fireworks

The Snow In The Pines

Posted August 4, 2017 by henrymowry in National Parks

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The Beauty Of Our National Parks   2 comments

 

The Crack Of Dawn   1 comment

Sunrise over Rocky Mountain National Park’s Dream Lake. Photo by Eric Schuette. Tweeted by the US Department of the Interior, 3/18/17.

Posted April 15, 2017 by henrymowry in Photography

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Big Critters … And A Magpie   Leave a comment

Winter’s Hold Is Cracking   Leave a comment

A lavender sunrise reveals the marbled and cracked surface of Dream Lake at Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado. If not for the chill, this would be the most beautiful floor in the world. Photo by Eric Schuette. Posted on Tumblr by the US Department of the Interior, 3/18/17.

Posted March 21, 2017 by henrymowry in National Parks

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Snowy Sunrise   Leave a comment

Even in cold weather, you can explore the Rocky Mountain National Park’s spectacular mountain environments by snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, sledding and wildlife watching. In fact, winter is an especially good time to look for elk, mule deer, moose and other large mammals. Sunrise photo of Dream Lake in 2014 by C. Brindle, National Park Service. Tweeted by the US Department of the Interior, 1/17/17.

Even in cold weather, you can explore the Rocky Mountain National Park’s spectacular mountain environments by snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, sledding and wildlife watching. In fact, winter is an especially good time to look for elk, mule deer, moose and other large mammals. Sunrise photo of Dream Lake in 2014 by C. Brindle, National Park Service. Tweeted by the US Department of the Interior, 1/17/17.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Rocky Mountain National Park

Bear Lake

Dream Lake

Fall Color

Hiking to Ouzel Falls

Prettier Than Fireworks

The Snow In The Pines

Posted February 19, 2017 by henrymowry in National Parks

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An Antler Silouette   Leave a comment

Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado encourages you to follow your wild spirit and see what’s over the horizon. In any season, the views are epic and the experiences are unforgettable. Stopping to take a picture of one of the most beautiful sunsets he’d ever seen, photographer Brandon Sharpe noticed “an elk doing his thing” and snapped this incredible image. Photo by of Brandon Sharpe. Posted on Tumblr by the US Department of the Interior, 2/11/17.

Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado encourages you to follow your wild spirit and see what’s over the horizon. In any season, the views are epic and the experiences are unforgettable. Stopping to take a picture of one of the most beautiful sunsets he’d ever seen, photographer Brandon Sharpe noticed “an elk doing his thing” and snapped this incredible image. Photo by of Brandon Sharpe. Posted on Tumblr by the US Department of the Interior, 2/11/17.

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Rocky Mountain National Park

Bear Lake

Dream Lake

Fall Color

Hiking to Ouzel Falls

Prettier Than Fireworks

The Snow In The Pines

Posted February 12, 2017 by henrymowry in National Parks

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The White Stuff   Leave a comment

Flow   1 comment

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