31 May 2011

Wordless Wednesday

spring cornice

Mount Evans Road

Mount Evans Road Closure

Mount Evans Road

Mount Evans Road

Mount Evans Road

Mount Evans Road

Mount Evans Road

Mount Evans Road

bighorn on Mount Evans

yearling bighorn on Mount Evans

bighorn sheep on Mount Evans

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  1. Much as the cold temperatures and rain make me think otherwise, it appears that we are much farther along with spring than you. Happy melting!

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  2. So awesome love the wild life!

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  3. Again, summer here. I'm wishing for winter again. I miss the rain. The goats are so cute.

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  4. The first photo is amazing -- looks like an avalanche waiting to happen. Hope you see the grass before the month is out.

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  5. I am so fascinated by roads like that - thanks for the tour! and I love the goats!!

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  6. Yet again you have proven, "who needs words when you have photos!" great shots, of something white that I'm really glad isn't outside my door any longer! But! I really Love the four legged darlings! Have a great day!

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  7. I'm SO glad it's finally spring. This makes me really appreciate our warm sunny day today. Apparently the goats don't mind the snow.

    That bike's got some pretty small wheels!

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  8. I love the sequencing of these photos, and the vision of driving through a glacier like wall of snow, and the bighorn frolicking.

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  9. The cornice in that first shot gave me an involuntary shiver... the angle of the photo is terrific. Felt like I was standing right below it!

    Love the beh-beh pics. They're adorable!

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  10. Did you go up this year already? I love the mountain goats. They are so cool, and you captured them in true action! One time, when we were camping atop Georgia Pass, we woke up to find our van surrounded by mountain goats. I managed to find my point-and-shoot really fast and get some photos. My dogs slept through the whole thing!!!!

    Now, when camping, I always sleep with a camera next to me... Of course, I haven't needed it again yet!

    In that first photo, it looks like a huge avalanche is about to break loose!

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  11. wow, what a day! You sure go on some grand adventures!

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  12. i love the stevie nicks quote. :)

    beautiful photos. the snow in the first one looks like it could come crashing down any moment. and the goats are awesome!

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  13. Fantastic pictures! Pedal to the metal is what you and The Lizard will be doing the end of this month for MS! I'll be the loud one!

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  14. Amazing to still have all that snow pack in June! Here in western Mass we're cleaning up after tornadoes that wiped out several neighborhoods in 17 area towns, such awful damage to so many of our friends and relatives homes.

    The weather is certainly strange this year.

    I often come here to check out your beautiful snowflake patterns, but I love your photos, too... so different from my neck of the woods.
    Mattenylou from Crochetville

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