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Pikes Peak Winter Week: #2

  • Posted Jan. 14, 2011 by Marsha Viewed 546 times

??Today is your day! Your mountain is waiting. So… get on your way!?
- Dr. Seuss


This shot taken from Manitou Lake in Teller County.


Pikes Peak, located in the front range of the Rocky Mountains near Colorado Springs, has an altitude of 14,110 ft. (4,301 m) and is the most visited mountain in North America. Over half a million people reach the summit house every year by way of the highway or cog railway.

This week-long series has winter views of Pikes Peak (officially Pikes Peak, not Pike's Peak).

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    • # Lis

      i love the quote and the photo. All photos are execellent in itself already but you captured the beauty out of it. :)

      2011.01.18 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Sadhya Rippon

      It was night and I could see a large and calm lake, reflecting the moon. Black mountains rose around it. I arrived from between two of these mountains, I looked at the lake and the moon, and that was it, nothing else happened.
      [i]Georges Simenon[/i]

      2011.01.16 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Christa

      The fence in the foreground makes here all the difference. Beautiful view.

      2011.01.16 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Paul

      Beautiful ...love how the fence and the snow zig-zags and draws you into the picture!!

      2011.01.16 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Gonia

      what a place you have in your country! beautifull, beautifull view!

      2011.01.15 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Brenda Nelson

      I was thinking "It isn't as pretty as yesterday's post", then I scrolled further and saw the fence line. As a complete sucker for fences, I changed my mind - this is really, really pretty!

      2011.01.14 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Kate

      Beautiful composition Marsha, I like how the fence gives definition to the landscape

      2011.01.14 Edited Reply Cancel

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