Photo by Al Schneider www.swcoloradowildflowers.com Pasque FlowerPasque Flower
The storm has moved on, leaving a bright blue sky. From our dining room window I can see the shining white of snow on Craig Crest.
Photo by U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Wild turkeys
it's already time for Thanksgiving...whatever happened to August? And Thanksgiving means having a turkey dinner.
Photo by Al Schneider, www.coloradowildflowers.com Engleman spruceEngelmann Spruce
The headline read, "Capitol Sprucing Up."
Photo by Tom Vezo of arkive.orgRed-tailed Hawk
Summer's gone: That makes me sad. But then I realize that fall and winter are the times to watch for raptors that have moved down from the colder regions to our north to spend the winter here in our valley.
I've been watching this cactus on Crane Point since last spring when it had an abundance of lovely yellow blossoms.
It's overcast today and rain threatens. And I wonder about the birds and creatures of the high country.
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