RMNP Night Views

A Night at Rocky Mountain National Park

Five adventurous photographers spent a recent night scrambling around Rocky Mountain National Park for fun. From capturing sunset at Bear Lake to dawn at Dream Lake, we were able to experiment with new techniques (for some) and wander to areas of the park we don’t normally see. (finding Lake Irene as we walked right past it in the dead of night without even seeing it.)

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Trail Ridge Road Cruise

Trail Ridge Road

Trial Ridge Road opened a bit later this year as a result of the late spring snows. But once opened the views were as spectacular as always. While I did not do the whole length this trip, I did spend some time exploring Lake Granby and Monarch Lakes just outside of the park. Definitely added to my list of places to camp, sooner rather than later.

Once into RMNP, the elk were out and enjoying the afternoon sun. It amazed my the number of tourists that closely approached them for a good picture. And the marmots were out at the top, and largely ignored.

As always, click thru on any image for a larger version and the exif detail. Also, these images are optimized for the web and are not suitable for printing or enlargement. If you have a desire to do that, please contact me for licensing information.