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Milky Way Above The Colorado Rocky Mountains

Here is a scenic astrophotography image view in the middle of the night starry sky view of the Milky Way above the Colorado Indian Peaks, Arikaree Peak 13159 ft., Navajo Peak 13,409 feet, Apache Peak 13,441 feet, Shoshoni Peak 12,967 feet and Pawnee Peak 12,943 feet.

This is in the Indian Peaks Wilderness Area, […]

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Just Another Colorado Rainbow

While out catching lightning and what appears in the sky… just another beautiful Colorado country rainbow. Thunderstorms and sunshine. Rainbows are created by both reflection and refraction (bending) of light in water droplets in the atmosphere, which results in a spectrum of light appearing. No two people see the same rainbow, in fact even […]

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Milky Way Wings

An astrophotography scenic view of camping under the milky way sky up in the high elevation of the Colorado Rocky Mountains. The light clouds in the sky look like they are adding wings to the galaxy above. Reminds me of angels in the sky.

There is nothing like camping up in the Colorado high […]

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Camping Under A Colorado Nighttime Milky Way Sky

Last weekend we did a little camping up in the Colorado high country of the rocky mountains where the night sky lights up with the milky way and galaxy above. […] […]

Lake Of Dreams

Scenic colorful stormy sunset over Ish Reservoir on the very edge of northeast Boulder County, Colorado. The water was like glass making for some great views and reflections. So peaceful and clam. Hope you like.

This Colorado fine art nature landscape photography image is available as custom framed or unframed poster […]

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Rustic Wood Window Colorado Great Sand Dunes View Art

Create a fine art photography optical illusion to your decor of the Great Colorado Sand Dunes right out your window. Your very own Colorado cabin or cottage vacation window. […] […]

Glimmer Of Hope

A scenic landscape stormy view from the Colorado country plains looking west about ten miles with a hole in this storm front and beams of the suns golden rays shining on the foothills of the rocky mountains. […] […]