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The ghost town of Animas Forks comes alive with beautiful wildflower displays in the Spring and Summer. Click to enlarge Animas Forks.
The ghost town of Animas Forks comes alive with beautiful wildflower displays in the Spring and Summer. Click to enlarge Animas Forks.
The Beaumont Hotel in Ouray, Colorado, was completed in December, 1886, and hosted Presidents and royalty.
Alpine Tundra
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Animas Forks
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Beaumont Hotel
Ouray, Colorado
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 Clear Lake lies at an elevation of just under 12,000 feet with a 13,000 foot ridge of mountains surrounding it including South Lookout Peak at 13,852.
Imogene Basin is near the top of the Imogene Pass four-wheel drive Road between Ouray and Telluride.
Located near the top of Poughkeepsie Gulch, Lake Como is surrounded by the remains of mines and prospect holes.
Clear Lake
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Imogene Basin
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Lake Como
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High in the San Juan Mountains above Silverton, Colorado, are many cirques and basins. Surrounded by even higher peaks, these flattened areas provide a foundation for alpine lakes and abundant wildflowers.  Click to enlarge Minnehaha Basin
The ampitheatre at Ouray are the mountains visible in the background. Click to enlarge Ouray.
The San Juan Mountains are the heart of southwestern Colorado. Red Mountain gets its red, orange, and yellow-brown colors from the various iron oxides of which it is composed. Click to enlarge Red Mountain
Minnehaha Basin
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Ouray, Colorado
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Red Mountain No. 1
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The Red Mountains get their red, orange, and yellow-brown colors from the various iron oxides of which they are composed.
A silver strike in 1871 brought miners rushing to the area. The town of Silverton was founded and prospered with the arrival of the railroad in 1882. The gold-domed San Juan County Courthouse is a symbol of the town's previous prosperity. Surrounded by rugged mountains with their conifer and aspen forests, Silverton has a spectacular show of gold and red colors in the Fall. Click to enlarge Silverton
In the area above treeline, the alpine tundra is carpeted with wildflowers for just a few short weeks. Spirit Gulch is one of these gorgeous flower basins. Click to enlarge.
Red Mountain from Crytal Lake
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Silverton, Colorado
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Spirit Gulch
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Spud Mountain, standing by itself with a back drop of jagged peaks, is 11,871 feet above sea level.
The San Juan Mountains are the heart of southwestern Colorado. These mountains were formed between 20 and 30 million years ago by a series of volcanic uplifts and eruptions which have gradually weathered away. Summer thunderstorms are almost daily occurrences during July and August. Click to enlarge Storm in the San Juans
The San Juan Mountains are the heart of southwestern Colorado. These mountains were formed between 20 and 30 million years ago by a series of volcanic uplifts and eruptions which have gradually weathered away. Summer thunderstorms are almost daily occurrences during July and August. Click to enlarge Storm in the San Juans
Spud Mountain
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Storm in the San Juans
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Storm in the San Juans
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High alpine lakes are common in the glacier-carved basins of the San Juan Mountains. Frequently above tree line, they provide excellent fishing, habitat for animals and birds, and water for lush vegetation. During July and August, wildflowers are abundant. Taylor Lake is near Kennebec Pass in the La Plata Mountains. Click to enlarge Taylor Lake
For all prints, the outer mat colors are listed. Inner mats are chosen to accent the photos. All sizes given are finished sizes of the mats. D indicates a double mat; S indicates a single mat. All photographs except panoramas are available as photo notecards, blank inside.
High in the mountains above Silverton, Colorado, are many cirques and basins. Surrounded by even higher peaks, these flattened areas provide a foundation for alpine lakes and abundant wildflowers. Velocity Basin is nicknamed for the speed skiing practice that occurs here. Click to enlarge Velocity Basin
Taylor Lake
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Velocity Basin
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