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Here you will find photos I have taken over the years being wildlife-loving mountain girl. Many folks who live here above a mile take inspiration from the mountains, and these are all indeed very lucky shots. All of these images were captured personally and directly, and have not been digitally composed or the lighting altered. Honestly, the pinhole that is a camera is insufficient to truly pass on to you the vibrancy of each scene as I took the shot.

Love from Kua Bay

Love from Kua Bay
Relax, dig your toes in the sand, enjoy the sound of gentle waves and the vibrant sunset at Kua Bay, Kona Hawaii

Rainbow Geckoe

Rainbow Geckoe
This cute little guy is actually an invasive species on the BIg Island of Hawaii.

Sea of Grass

Sea of Grass
The seed-laden tops of the prairie grass wave in the wind across the rolling hills

Millions of Koi

Millions of Koi
Thousands of Koi swim together

Colorado Columbines

Colorado Columbines
In the heat of July the Blue Colorado Columbines begin to bloom in the alpine valleys of the Rocky Mountains. Truly one of Colorado's darlings!

Misty Morn Rainbow

Misty Morn Rainbow
In the tender Alpine Spring timid Rainbows will sometimes peek between the wispy mistys on damp clouds.

Alpine Butterflies

Alpine Butterflies
Above timberline, butterflies on the tundra snuggle close into the warm mossy buttercups down below the cold wind beneath the short summer sun

Iced Aspens

Iced Aspens
Fall is officially over at 10,000 feet when ice crystals embellish the edges of the last golden Aspen leaves with an alpine glittering fringe.

Red Storm Rising

Red Storm Rising
This storm dropped off the Divide at dusk, as angry and red as it seemed. As cloudfronts drop off the Divide they shear, twist, and tumble.

Mountain Babies

Mountain Babies
Mama goats congregate on certain south-facing slopes every year on Mount Evans to rear their alpine babies on the soft sheltered sunny moss.

Dawn Valley

Dawn Valley
Dawn rises over the mountain valley as gentle alpine fog rises from the waking lake. This valley is at 8500 feet and the summer sunrises are always remarkable.

Dark Sky Rainbow

Dark Sky Rainbow
The high peaks are the host to contrasts of light and dark, color and monotone, smooth and tumultuous. This rainbow formed momentarily for my camera amidst clouds racing off the peak then was gone..

Burning at Dawn

Burning at Dawn
Sometimes Nature is not peaceful. On this morn there was a large forest fire just a short distance away. Although the Sun did rise, this Day never truly broke from under the angry cloud.

Wildflower Tundra

Wildflower Tundra
The wildflowers of the high mountain alpine valleys bloom late and grow together in a dense tundra-like mat a few inches thick. Here miniature Indian Paintbrush and Baby Elephant-Heads cluster togethe

Bristlecone Pines

Bristlecone Pines
These trees are among some of the most ancient on Earth. The Bristlecone Pines here in this forest are estimated to be between 1500 and 2500 years old.


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