Colorado Scenics

Steve Tohari

617 Midland Ave.,

Woodland Park, CO 80863

stevetohari@earthlink.net

970.389.4197

The Bells through the Aspen

Through these Aspen trees are Colorado's most famous mountains -  East and West Maroon Peaks, each over 14,000' high, towering almost a mile above Maroon Lake. The maroon colored rock gives these peaks their names; the unstable rock makes for dangerous climbing. As...

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Flowers in the Snow

The hardy Yellow Lupine was blanketed by a sudden Spring snow storm by the Flatirons in Boulder, Colorado.In this state, Winter is not over until it's over. Even in early May...In many years, I don't wear a short sleeve shirt until early June . Summer in Colorado is...

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Flaming Sunset

The mountain ranges in Colorado don't normally lend themselves to allowing great sunsets - the setting sun often goes into a cloud bank on a ridge or mountain in the distance. Many times, I have waited for the sun to go down in a promising pattern of clouds, only to...

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Gardens in the Sky

With my camera and my dog, I wander through gardens in the sky. High above tree line at 12,000" elevation, is the Tundra - short, thin grass on top of thin soil exposed after the heavy Winter snowpack melts .In July, a profusion of wildflowers such as the red Indian...

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Leaves of Gold

In the Central Rockies of Colorado, at over 9,000' elevation, the Aspen leaves usually turn around the last week of September and are gone after the first week of October. In this photograph, the leaves turned early into a burnt gold on September 7, after a cold snap...

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Mystic Buffalo

As you drive up I-70 from Denver and reach the Genesee exit, you may see a herd of Buffalo grazing to your right. There is a viewing area and a tall fence - not a good idea to poke your zoom lens into the chain links as these wild animals are not cows - they can...

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