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There were many resources I used to identify the various plants and flowers, but the ones I found most useful were (in no particular order): http://www.wildflowersofcolorado.com/index.html http://www.easterncoloradowildflowers.com/index.htm http://www.swcoloradowildflowers.com/index.htm#top Still, a few flowers eluded identification. In part this is due to … Continue reading
On the way up to the Mount Evans Summit we stopped at the Dos Chappell Nature Center. Adjacent to it is the Mt. Goliath Natural Area. The following are all from that area. Now, it is true they are subtle … Continue reading
The second of what will probably turn out to be four total posts on the Mount Evans trip. I’ve encountered some indifference, if not outright disdain, for my rock photographs . . . well, cellulose lovers rejoice! Also lovers of … Continue reading