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Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado

The view looking west, on a very bright day, from the ridge on Lily this direction the Rocky Mountains extend for a great distance

Nikon D90
1/1000s f/11.0 at 20.0mm iso400 full exif

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Chris Spracklen12-Oct-2011 22:48
Excellent long-distance landscape, David.
Sharp detail from front to back. (V)
Mairéad12-Oct-2011 22:41
A superb vista and expertly framed between the tall trees. V
bill friedlander12-Oct-2011 21:13
They go on forever. Great scene beautifully framed. V
Johnny JAG12-Oct-2011 20:47
They go on forever!
marie-jose wolff12-Oct-2011 18:50
a wonderful wide view,
beautiful scene, so well composed! V
Vickie BROWN12-Oct-2011 17:17
Such fine weather in the beautiful photograph! BV
janescottcumming12-Oct-2011 16:31
Just like the song...On a clear day, you can see forever. Beautiful! V
Walter Otto Koenig12-Oct-2011 14:33
A grand view on a clear day. Nicely framed with the trees and topped with wispy clouds. "V"
Lamar Nix12-Oct-2011 14:09
Grandeur of the rugged Rockies is exemplified in this fine image! V
silvia marmori12-Oct-2011 13:45
perfect framed, David.. lines and layers, make the viewer go beyond..
peterjay4512-Oct-2011 13:43
What a magnificent view! V.
Guest 12-Oct-2011 11:07
Majestic life forces and decaying destruction as well. Amarum aliquid, something bitter even among the flowers themselves.
borisalex12-Oct-2011 10:16
Gorgeous scene and so well composed, love the light in here! V.
shatterbug12-Oct-2011 07:50
Looks like a spectacular day...great view of the Rockies!
Giancarlo Guzzardi12-Oct-2011 06:57
I always loved these environments when I saw the pictures of these places in U. S.
Jim Coffman12-Oct-2011 02:51
Very beautiful view,David! Well done! V
larose forest photos12-Oct-2011 02:48
This great sweeping view down the mountains and out to the valley and more mountains beyond, is simply breathtaking. What I'd give to be hiking there! VV
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