Loveland Pass Sunset
Arapaho National Forest, CO
As the setting sun dipped below a drifting storm cloud, the high tundra and 13,000 foot giants of the Front Range and Tenmile Range are painted in cinammon light. Lenawee Mountain (13,205') is on the left top of the frame and distant Quandary Peak (14,265'), in the Tenmile Range, is on the upper right side. This image was made from Point 12,915' above Loveland Pass and there are two climber's tents perched on the ridge, just before it falls off. Photo © copyright by Dave Showalter.
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