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Somewhere on top of the world

Lone Elk Needles Sunset

Elk Heaven

Needle Mountains, San Juan’s Southwest Colorado belt of venus sunset

 

 

 

Needle’s Fire Sunset

 

Utah Desert Fire Sunset Far

 

 

Utah Desert Fire Sunset Close

 

Malibu Coast Wind Whipped Sunset

 

Malibu sunrise with California Poppies Just opening up  to the warming sun rays…

 

Few minutes after sunrise with California Poppies opening up to a new day…

 

Cloudy golden Malibu sunset on windy evening with Grey Whales near shore…

 


Pod of Grey Whales surfacing near Malibu shore during sunset…

 

Grey Whale blowhole release…

Most recent photos –

Malibu Sunset with Lupine

 

 

Malibu Lupines blue on blue

 

 

Malibu sunset

 

Wind whipped lupine sunset 

California Poppies

 

Wind Whipped Lupine Sunset

 

Variety of wildflowers showcasing the super bloom

Animas Valley Sunset

End of the Storm – San Juan Mountains of SW Colorado

Needle Mountains – Belt of Venus – San Juan Mountains of SW Colorado

 

Canyonlands National Park Golden SunsetCanyonlands NP Golden Glow

 

San Juan Mountains First Snow

San Juan Mountains Belt of Venus First Snow

 

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Super Moon – San Juan Mountians

Mt. Baker Belt of Venus Fall Sunset

Mt. Baker Belt of Venus Fall Sunset

Mt Shuksan artist point fall sunsetMt. Shuksan, Washington State

Heavenly crown fall colors sunset Needle mountains

San Juan Mountains – Needles – Southwest Colorado

paintbrush-next-morning-with-dog-after-snow-email-fr-3693San Juan Mountains – Paintbrush and Snow Sunset – SW Colorado

San Juan Summer Fuchsia Sunset

San Juan Summer Fuchsia Sunset

Update –  August 17, 2016 – The wildflowers in the San Juan Mountains have started to fade except for the higher elevations above 12,000 feet.   Of course you can still find protected pocket areas throughout the basin.

Update – September 29, 2016 – The Aspens have peaked from Coalbank Pass to Silverton, CO.

Update – October 31, 2016 – It’s time to go to the desert as all the fall foliage has come off with little snow on the peaks.

Update – January 27, 2017 – A major month long winter storm has buried the San Juan Mountains of SW Colorado with heavy snowfall covering our gorgeous peaks!

Update – March 13, 2017 – The snow has mostly melted in the lower elevations with Spring just around the corner! The higher elevations are still loaded with record snowpack levels.