Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Picture This

Dennis and I drove up into an area just east of Rocky Mountain National Park yesterday. He needed to take some photographs of a cabin and the surrounding area for a commissioned painting. I tagged along in hopes of getting some nature shots. I wasn't disappointed.

This photo shows snowcapped Longs Peak on the right and Mt. Meeker on the left. Longs Peak is the highest mountain in the park (14,249 feet), and Meeker the second highest (13,911 feet).

To me, this is the quintessential West. Mountains, pines, wild grass and boulders. I love it. . .
This rock formation is fascinating. . .

Ok, I have to admit I got excited when I saw this photo after it downloaded. The faces of these graceful deer are so sweet. . .

Dennis and I closed on a house this afternoon. Stay tuned for photos and more information.



  1. I just love your pictures and your commentary. You should put it all into a book one day.

  2. Dena, I think I could do that, if you would act as my editor.


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