The Galactic Center over Chapel-on-the-Rock
Wapiti Bull during Rutting Season
Galactic Center from Rock Cut
Chapel on the Rock
First Year Cub in Ponderosa
The Galactic Center over Chapel-on-the-RockThe clouds cleared. The air was clear. I had a great view of the Galactic Center of the Milky Way... soaring over the Chapel on the Rock... Saint Catherine of Siena Chapel, near Allenspark, CO. Canon 5D Mark IV, Rokinon SP 14mm f/2.4, [email protected]/2.5 ISO 6400, lens focal length 14mm. 09/09/18 9:28 PM. The most helpful app was "Sun Surveyor".
Wapiti Bull during Rutting SeasonA very healthy Imperial bull wapiti guards his harem today at Sheep Lakes. There were about 15 cows and yearlings in his harem. He was bugling to announce his presence and harem ownership. Canon EOS 5D Mark IV, Canon EF400mm f/4 DO IS II USM, 09/05/18 4:00pm. 1/[email protected]/4.0, ISO 400, lens focal length 400mm.
Galactic Center from Rock CutThe galactic center of the Milky Way rises above Long's Peak, as seen from Rock Cut on Trail Ridge Road, RMNP. 07/07/18 11:33pm. Canon 5D Mark IV, Rokinon SP 14mm f/2.4, [email protected]/2.5, ISO 4000, lens focal length 14mm. The lights of Denver and Boulder illuminate the horizon sky to the SE. Sky at 30s. Land at 122s.
Wapiti BullA very healthy Imperial bull wapiti guards his harem today at Sheep Lakes. Mud on his antlers evidenced his rutting behavior. He was bugling to announce his presence to other bulls and his loose gathering of females. There were about 15 cows and yearlings in his harem. Canon EOS 5D Mark IV, Canon EF400mm f/4 DO IS II USM, 09/05/18 4:02pm. 1/[email protected]/4.5, ISO 200, lens focal length 400mm.
Chapel on the RockSaint Catherine of Siena Chapel, at the eastern foot of Mt. Meeker. Open for visitors today. Canon EOS 5D Mark IV, Canon EF24-105mm f/4L IS II USM, [1/160s, 1/80s, 1/40s] f/16, ISO 100, lens focal length 50mm. 09/08/18 1:14pm.
First Year Cub in PonderosaOne of the triplets. The bear family is doing great! The momma bear (damaged nose/mouth from 2 or 3 years ago) and her three first year cubs are thriving. In the early morning, the momma bear instructs the cubs to climb high in the big Ponderosa Pine. Then, she positions herself half way up the tree, blocking any possible exit for the cubs. This allows her to get some sleep. The cubs sleep during the warm part of the day, too. Canon 5D Mark IV, Canon EF400mm f/4 DO IS II USM, 1/[email protected]/5.6, ISO 1600, lens focal length 560mm., 08/24/18 8:35am. Somewhere in Larimer County, CO.
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