It’s been a long journey so far. I have gone to the Rocky Mountain National Park, staying in Estes Park, Colorado. This trip has given me a new found respect for both the United States and it’s conservationist system. I love the beauty of all these parks, and thus purchased an interagency annual pass. So anyone that is interested in visiting any of these fine establishments, feel free to ask if I would like to come along.
Right when I arrived at the park, I was filled with awe. Here are some of the trees, both living and dead, that make up the Rockies.
A couple of deer grazing in the fields. A truly magnificent experience to be so immersed in nature.
Interesting rock formations within the tundra region.
A view of the adjacent mountain range.
Another animal encounter, this time with a deer.
A tagged goat.
And it’s family.
Moose were also prevalent in the park, just wished I found some with larger antlers.
Sunset shot, not very interesting but I kind of like the textures of it.
A morning at Dream Lake.
One of the many streams that flow through the park.
Mother resting at the Emerald Lake.
More rivers and streams.
And a morning at Bierstadt Lake.