Technically it's still SUMMER, but....

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  1. ccd333

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    This scene on the far northern edge of Rocky Mountain National Park belies the notion. Taken last Saturday afternoon, the 16th of September. I know the snow on the rock is a bit hot, but I can live with it. :)

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    Makes me feel cold already :)

    Wonderful capture, there is always something soothing about flowing water and ice.
     
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    Soooooooooooooooooo CCD how ya liking our weather today? lol They are talking 1-2 feet in the high country for snow.....sigh.....fall color season this year certainly didn't last but a week :( Spose will have to hit parks in downtown to get some now....
    Love this shot! Talk about dramatic! Glad I have a hot cup of coffee with me. How are the Elk in Estes? Was reading on OE about how PT was charged by a Bull....yikes. Anyways, did you ND this shot to get it smooth?
     
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    Thanks for the comments. John, I wouldn't dismiss the colors in the high country just yet. There are some places that notoriously peak much later....Kebler Pass for example. I actually did not go to Estes....I went over Cameron Pass and drove south on the Long Draw Road to get close to the Park.
     
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    hey,that was my birthday:D great shot but is there no way to make thw running water look better
     
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    forget that...it looks spot on
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    That running water looks cool. I mean: in both senses. Along with snow it also looks ... erm ... COLD.
    And I don't want "cold" as yet!
    We are going through such a wonderful, wonderful spell of late summer (Indian Summer?) with lovely temps and totally clear skies, lots of sunshine, air like it's been washed ... and you show us the first SNOW - shiver! :D

    Hey, Chris, so now you are a glorious 24 years old? As of 16 September? Late happy birthday! :D
     
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    shoedumas Truly Canadian Eh?

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    Lucky. It's all rain here in Vancouver. (Has anything changed?)
    I like the shot though. You'd think with all the rain around here, I'd be able to find some running water for this sort of thing, but alas, laziness prevails.
     

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