Photographing The Rocky Mountains

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Photographing The Rocky Mountains

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Rocky Mountain National Park is totally photogenic. Everywhere you go to and every turn on the main roads leads to a photo opportunity.

A little way past Horseshoe Park, just up the hill leads to an overlook that changes with the sun, sky, weather, snow, etc. every time you stop there. This is my wife photographing The Mummy Range.

I call the place the “Chippy Rock” as every time I stop there, Chipmunks come up to me to greet me. And, they are always looking for some food as people feed them. Just remember “Don’t feed the animals.”
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