Raining In The Mountains (clouds rain Summer agriculture architecture barns mountains trees ). Photo by ColoradoKat
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Raining In The Mountains

Uploaded by: ColoradoKat

Tuesday August 6, 2013

Hotchkiss, CO (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: There were several places that had heavy rains today, but once again, the farm got barely a sprinkle. It's always so disappointing when you can see it happening so close to you. Oh, well...we have a better chance tomorrow, or so says the forecast. We will see. In the meantime, I love this pretty farmland. Landsend Peak is on the left, North Saddle Peak in the middle and the rest are invisible in the rain, so it doesn't matter that I don't know their names, right? :-)

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6. ColoradoKat
5:14 PM GMT on August 07, 2013
Thanks for the great comments, Wilma, Diti, Amanda,
Eileen and Trudy!
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5. Madermade
4:01 PM GMT on August 07, 2013
Kat, it must be nice to always have so many photo ops where you live and what is even nicer is they are all beautiful and you do a fantastic job of relaying that beauty for us to see and enjoy!
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4. YouKnowWho
3:25 PM GMT on August 07, 2013
A lovely view...hope you get some rain, though!
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3. Amanda999
12:34 PM GMT on August 07, 2013
Up by Estes Park, we have the opposite problem. The clouds build over us, maybe sprinkle a little, then turn into proper thunderstorms once they hit the plains around Ft Collins.
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2. line
10:59 AM GMT on August 07, 2013
i agree...beatiful combination of green farmland and rainy mountains...
i hope it rains today!
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1. Kennebunker
10:52 AM GMT on August 07, 2013
Nice contrast between the wet mountains, and the more dry foreground, Kat. The green looks healthy still, but hope you do get the needed rain.
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