Double Arch inside Arches National Park is a unique arch structure, it is referred to as a pothole arch. The double arch was created when water eroded the the arches from above versus from the side. Arches National Park is located just north of Moab, Utah, the park is encompassed by the Colorado Plateau.
The Sawatch Range ~ Mt Antero & Mt Princeton The Sawatch Range, which is home to eight of the twenty highest peaks in Colorado. We stopped in route from our weekend trip to the Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park and Ouray to take in the views as we made our way home. Every … Continue reading POTW: Sawatch Range
Happy Earth Day 2021... I am pleased to introduce the premier of Stella's song, "Wildfires Lead To Wildflowers," accompanied by photos of our journeys across Rocky Mountain National Park, Grand Teton National Park, Yellowstone National Park, and various national forests. Stella's song was drawn from last years East Troublesome Fire that swept through the Arapaho … Continue reading Earth Day 2021
A young bull elk lurking about just outside of the harem of the dominate bull, biding his time during the fall of 2020. We are fortunate to be able to witness the rut each fall in Rocky Mountain National Park as the bull elk compete for the attention of the female elk. John Muir once … Continue reading POTW: A Young Bull Elk
March 20, 2005 ~ March 31, 2019
Stella and I snowshoed the Monarch Lake Loop and ventured up the Crater Lake Trail in the Indian Peaks Wilderness just before the big snowstorm took hold over the weekend of March 13th.
A Bull Elk ~ Circa 2016 foraging in Rocky Mountain National Park. Occasionally I like to showcase a photo in Black & White, it takes me back to a place in time when life moved at a slower place. Today we seek instant gratification in almost everything we do, take a moment, stop what you … Continue reading POTW: Bull Elk ~ Circa 2016