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After the first time he beat me to the top, I captuered my younger brother gazing over the valley which we called home for so long. Taken in the Arapaho National Forest – Dillon, Colorado, U.S.A.

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mountain, blue, snow, white, winter, nature, ski, snowboarding, keystone, skiing, pass, vail, viewed, most, loveland, breckinridge, beavercreek

Comments

  • Mardra
    Mardraover 5 years ago

    This is a beautiful shot!

  • NatureRules
    NatureRulesover 5 years ago

    What a stuuning view. The clouds look close enough to touch.. Depth & techs are terrific in this image.. A hike with many rewards.. :)

  • Tim Wright
    Tim Wrightover 5 years ago

    Thank you. We had many good days up there.

  • Valerie Anne Kelly
    Valerie Anne K...over 5 years ago

    O Wow! watta vista ..well it’s great to see b’coz’ I get dizzy just walkin’ up the stairs woot! lol! ;} hugglez

  • One of many awsome vistas we saw while spending are lives on skis in Colorado. It would make are heads spin as well ! Thanks for the comment :)

    – Tim Wright

  • DeMello
    DeMelloover 5 years ago

    Spectacular dof, color, composition, and clarity! Well done!
    Carrie

  • Cheryl  Lunde
    Cheryl Lundeover 5 years ago

    Gorgeous Shot!

  • Paul Gana
    Paul Ganaover 5 years ago

    I can see Keystone and I can see Breckenridge, is this Loveland Pass?

  • YES

    – Tim Wright

  • ericbarry
    ericbarryover 5 years ago

    great shot , love the pontoons.
    lucky you have snow in colorado , we are dry here in whistler BC
    have a great season!

  • Thanks. My brother is one of the few pepole I know who rode a snowboard for years and switched to skis. I joke with him he’s having trouble with the transition so he now has to ride two boards at once. (this was in Febuary, we’re open but not this open)

    – Tim Wright

  • WingsOfAngels
    WingsOfAngelsover 5 years ago

    WOW!!!! What a Spectacular View!! AWESOME CAPTURE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • It was one of our favorite places to ski. About an hour hike to this point (all up a mountain) and worth every step. I live in the “flatlands” now and miss it deeply. I look forward to visiting my brother soon.

    – Tim Wright

  • SpringLupin
    SpringLupinover 5 years ago

    This sure makes me want to strap on the boards…Let the Snow Fly!!!
    Great Photo!

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