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After The Cloud Shadow Moved

Uploaded by: ColoradoKat

Wednesday July 31, 2013

Crawford, CO (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: I saw that Needle Rock was out from the cloud shadow, so I zoomed in as far as I could handle freehand and got this shot, so you could see some of the detail, like the fact that there is something growing on the tops of all the high points. I have no idea what grows up there, but it must get enough rain to survive.

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15. trailhiker44
3:30 PM GMT on August 04, 2013
Awesome shot and great info, Kat !
Stunning zoomed in details !
Great series !
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14. ColoradoKat
12:29 AM GMT on August 03, 2013
Thank you, Sheila!
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13. JasonMac78
9:22 PM GMT on August 02, 2013
Magnificent landscape! Thanks for all the details about this location. This is a wonderful photo series.
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12. ColoradoKat
5:18 PM GMT on August 02, 2013
Thank you, Delana and Diti, for your nice comments,
and thank you for the Video, Delana!
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11. line
11:28 AM GMT on August 02, 2013
wow, excellent!
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10. CalicoBass
7:15 AM GMT on August 02, 2013
Very beautiful Kat! You know I had to look
this up on youtube. Great series, love it!

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9. ColoradoKat
3:13 AM GMT on August 02, 2013
Thasnk you, Gil and Lori! I do, too, Lori!:-)
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8. SVLover
3:01 AM GMT on August 02, 2013
Love the little zoomer! :)
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7. gilg72
2:40 AM GMT on August 02, 2013
Awesome image Kat. Thanks for the detailed closeup.
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6. ColoradoKat
11:55 PM GMT on August 01, 2013
Thank you, Mary and Tad!
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5. Drifter50
11:20 PM GMT on August 01, 2013
Beautiful landscape capture.
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4. newenglandlight
10:16 PM GMT on August 01, 2013
Awesome shot and info, Kat! The buildings show how big the rock really is!
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3. ColoradoKat
8:37 PM GMT on August 01, 2013
It was a very nice day, Charlotte! Thanks!
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2. ColoradoKat
8:37 PM GMT on August 01, 2013
Here is info from Wikipedia:

Needle Rock is an intrusive of rhyodacite volcanic plug[1] located at the west border of the Gunnison National Forest, in the Needle Rock Natural Area near Crawford in the U.S. state of Colorado. It stands 800 feet (240 m) tall above the floor of the Smith Fork of the Gunnison River valley. It originated as the throat of a large volcano about 28 million years ago in the Miocene geological epoch, when molten rock intruded between existing sedimentary rocks.[2] The plug may represent the eroded conduit of a laccolith.[1]
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1. llpj04
8:36 PM GMT on August 01, 2013
Great day for your outing Kat. 
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