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Rocky Mountain National Park is an awesome place to visit for your summer vacation or for a quick hiking trip. I've hiked to peaks, lakes, waterfalls and
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Here is another photo of Dream Lake in Estes Park, Colorado in Rocky Mtn. National Park. We could have stayed here almost forever... But I hear they have winter here too ;)
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I took this back in late September after back to back trips out to Black Lake. On this particular morning I was with Erik Page. Despite getting skunked again with Mad Cloud Disease (meaning the lack there of...) I liked this scene and had shot it the day before. When I looked at the comp after getting home, I knew I could improve upon it, and did so on the trip back the next morning. This little stream runs out of Black Lake in Rocky Mountain National Park. This photo was taken above Ribbon…