Colorado Photos

Use the photos on this page cost $50 for one-time use with credit to the photographer (Kea Giles [keagiles]) and notification of use (you can contact me a keagiles AT coyotesong DOT com). Watch this page for additional photos as I take them. Note: All photos are copyright keagiles.

frompikespeak

The world from Pikes Peak, Colorado, USA. Photo by keagiles.

Cub Lake, Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado. Across the lake you can still see the burn scars from the 2012 Fern Lake Fire.

Cub Lake, Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado. Across the lake you can still see the burn scars from the 2012 Fern Lake Fire.

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Dream Lake, Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado, USA. Photo by keagiles.

Boulder, Colorado, Chautauqua Park

Looking east at Boulder’s Chautauqua Park from Flagstaff Mountain, Boulder, Colorado, USA. Photo by keagiles. Click on the photo for a larger image.

lakeisabelle-hires

Lake Isabelle (drained for the summer), Colorado, USA. Photo by keagiles.

South Boulder Peak from Marshall Mesa, Boulder County, Colorado, USA. Photo by keagiles.

South Boulder Peak from Marshall Mesa, Boulder County, Colorado, USA.
Photo by keagiles.

snow and sky

Snow and sky: Boulder, Colorado, USA. Photo by keagiles.

From the top of Trail Ridge Road, Rocky Mountain Park, Colorado, USA. Photo by keagiles.

PeacefulValley

Middle Saint Vrain River, Peaceful Valley, Colorado, USA. Photo by keagiles.

Elk duel

Soon, Elk rutting season begins. Elk move into the Estes Park valley — it’s a great time for people to come and listen to the males bugling and watch them dueling. But from afar, folks! A male elk in rutting season is not something you want to come face to antler with. Photo by keagiles.

SJNF valley to mountains

From valley to mountain-top: Colorado wilderness. San Juan National Forest, Colorado, USA.Photo taken 3 Sept. 2012 by keagiles.

mountains in Colorado

Pilot Knob, Golden Horn, and Vermillion, as seen from Hwy 550, Colorado, USA. Learn more at http://drdirtbag.wordpress.com/2012/07/17/fuller-vermilion-golden-horn-pilot-knob/. Photo taken 3 Sept. 2012 by keagiles.

Andrews Lake

Andrews Lake is located along the Million Dollar Highway (Highway 550) in the Weminuche Wilderness, Colorado, USA. Snowdon Peak is in the distance. Photo by keagiles.

Mount Snowdon, San Juan National Forest, USA. Photo by keagiles.

Close-up of Snowdon Peak, San Juan National Forest, USA. Photo by keagiles.

Mount Herard and the Great Sand Dunes Colorado

A wide shot of Mount Herard with the Great Sand Dunes of Colorado in the foreground (on the left). Photo by keagiles.

Great Sand Dunes National Monument. In the summer, it's best to visit early in the morning or evening. Midday, the heat off of the sand can be hazardous. Photo by keagiles.

Great Sand Dunes National Monument. In the summer, it’s best to visit early in the morning or evening. Midday, the heat off of the sand can be hazardous. Photo by keagiles.

The largest aspen I have ever seen - near Bear Creek along the Million Dollar Highway, Colorado, USA. Photo by keagiles.

The largest aspen I have ever seen — near Bear Creek in San Juan National Forest, along the Million Dollar Highway, Colorado, USA. Photo by keagiles.

columbine flower

A pretty Colorado columbine flower, photographed by keagiles in Peaceful Valley, Colorado, 16 June 2012.

Bear Creek, SJNF, Colo, USA

Bear Creek in San Juan National Forest, Colorado, USA. Photo by keagiles.

Elk in Estes Park, Colorado, USA. In August, young elk families graze throughout Estes Park, beyond the borders of Rocky Mountain National Park. Photo by keagiles.

elk in RMNP

Elk moving across Moraine Park, Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado, USA. Photo by keagiles.

RMNP view

View from a roadside overlook at Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado, USA. Photo by keagiles.

One Response to Colorado Photos

  1. Couldn’t find an email link. We’re using your Pilot Knob photo (cropped) in a news story on TheDenverChannel.com.
    http://ch7ne.ws/1ppw6l5

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