wolf creek pass (snow winter trees vehicles ). Photo by 2milehigh
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wolf creek pass

Uploaded by: 2milehigh

Saturday February 9, 2013

Pagosa Springs, CO (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Chain law in place starting up the pass.

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About 2milehigh

I live in Denver Colorado and have a summer (never summer) cabin on Rhyolite Mountain above Cripple Creek Colorado at 10566 feet elevation. I am an artist of many medias but not a professional in any (with the exception of my masks!) I love the outdoors and try to capture the beauty that I see. I will keep trying to get it right. So much talent. I love weather. At my summer (never summer) cabin the weather changes by the minute and you never know what's going to roll over the mountain or through the valley. Keep all the great photos coming!

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