A Bump in the Earth's Crust (snow winter mountains ). Photo by keyboardjockey

A Bump in the Earth's Crust

Uploaded by: keyboardjockey

Sunday January 8, 2012

Silverthorne, CO (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: The "bump" in the distance is actually the Continental Divide. The four-lane is Interstate 70. Taken on the day after some much needed snow.

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About keyboardjockey

keyboardjockey

Retired teacher, amateur photographer, webmaster and weather nut. Lucky enough to live at 9100 feet in the Colorado high country--a photographer's paradise in all kinds of weather.

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