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HLJames

Colorado Springs to Jackson, Wyoming

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MSE 2 Colorado, Wyoming

 

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Nice shots.

 

nebojsa

Thanks very much for commenting....#14 The Hogsback Ridge (strike fault).

 

HLJAMES

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Great set of shots.  #3 looks excellent.


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Beautiful set - in my favorite plane...

 

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Scott

Thanks very much for your comment....#15,16 glacial abrasion in bedrock!

 

 

Great set of shots.  #3 looks excellent.

Appreciate the comment....#3 Pikes Peak.

 

 

Sweet shots and landscapes!

Big thank you...#5,6 Aspen.

 

HLJAMES

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Lovely shots! I went on a coach trip up Pikes Peak in 1982 whilst my Dad and I were visiting my Great Aunt (I think she still lives in Denver). The bus was a small, short wheelbase one with low gearing to allow it to climb to the summit. There were oxygen bottles at the front incase anyone was taken short of breath... and we could only spend 20 minutes at the top. 


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Lovely shots! I went on a coach trip up Pikes Peak in 1982 whilst my Dad and I were visiting my Great Aunt (I think she still lives in Denver). The bus was a small, short wheelbase one with low gearing to allow it to climb to the summit. There were oxygen bottles at the front incase anyone was taken short of breath... and we could only spend 20 minutes at the top. 

Thanks much....unforgetable experience visiting Colorado!....#7 Red Table Mountain!

 

HLJAMES

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