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Collegiate Peaks storm.  This scene was a bit intimidating as the sun was setting, huge, dark clouds rolled in over the 14'ers.

Cathedral Mountain in Sedona, AZ.  This was a rare morning shot where there were actual clouds!  Noteworthy because the few days we were there we had clear "blue bird" skies. Clouds were an endangered species, I guess.  People scramble up the mountain.

Sedona sunset.  

Time to put the boat in the lake, I'd say.

I call this image Colliding Seasons.  On the left at lower elevation is fall.  On the right Mr. Snow does his thing.  San Juan tapestry!

Smoky Mountain sunset.

Oh, the wondrous cross.  This well-known shot was taken from inside the Church of the Transfiguration in Grand Teton N.P.  The black "border" is actually the wood surrounding the big window at the altar.  Ponder for a moment.....

Outside of Kayenta, AZ.  We had been snowed out of the Monument Valley Tribal park, so we made the best of the situation on a frosty morning.

My favorite mountain, Mt. Sneffels.  You know this is Colorado! Worth getting up early & waiting for the sunrise.  Bundle up if you come here on a late September's first light.

Iconic Garden of the Gods in Colorado Springs.  Early morning light before bunches of people arrive for an outing.

Old lodgepole fence

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