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Photography: Mountain Reflections (Post #2)

Here are more photos from our time in the mountains. We spent a lovely time in Snowmass, Colorado a year ago and it’s good to remember those wonderful days – full day hikes, evening walks, taking the kids to the pool in afternoon, and the kids constant desire to watch Food Network while making dinner. They are all lovely memories and I even hold within my mind the amazing scents and feelings we had in those moments. I can’t wait until we can get back up there.

While we passed a few people here and there, the trails were mostly quiet, aside from the chatter of chipmunks and the beautiful birdsong. It’s just the way I like it. Hope you enjoy!

Sumyanna

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6 thoughts on “Photography: Mountain Reflections (Post #2)

    1. So glad you like it. I can definitely say I LOVE LOVE LOVE living in Colorado. There are so many things to do outdoors and such beautiful sights wherever you look. It’s been hard being stuck indoors. The fires have gotten larger and new ones have started. The air quality is getting worse – but I feel bad about complaining when there are people who must evacuate and may lose their homes.

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    1. I live here and I yearn for it 🙂 We live far from the mountains, but we can usually take a day trip and hike in the mountains. Sadly, the parks and trails are often overcrowded so we have had to stay home. I’m looking forward to when we can get back out there!

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