Wild Cloud above Flying J Ranch (clouds sunrise+sunset winter mountains ). Photo by turtleman
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Wild Cloud above Flying J Ranch

Uploaded by: turtleman

Sunday January 20, 2013

Flying J Ranch Park, CO

Caption: Wind carved clouds above the eastern foothills of the Colorado Rocky Mountains SW of Denver in Twilight.

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1. trailhiker44
5:42 PM GMT on January 21, 2013
Wild and beautiful !
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turtleman

I live in Pine, Colorado at 8400 feet. I'm southwest of Denver about 45 minutes and live next door to the Not-Yet-Opened new State Park called Staunton. I say I dwell under the Southern Shoulder of Black Mountain. Sometimes people call this the "Banana Belt" of the region, because storms, if they hit us at all, are usually muted in power.

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