'Gray's and Torrey's', a landscape photograph by Lynn Cyrus / Cascade Colors. Gray's and Torrey's, two 14er (fourteener) peaks rising high in the Front Range of the Colorado Rocky Mountains, are over 14,000 feet in elevation. Side by side, these peaks are often ascended one after the other, in the same day, by hikers. In mid summer, late July, wildflowers are still at peak; here, this alpine meadow is densely filled with red Indian Paintbrush and yellow Alpine Avens flowers. The peaks, still covered with patches of snow, rise in the background towards the sky.
March 22nd, 2015
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