Greetings, Thanks for visiting the Camel. It was nice to see the moonrise while the sun was still up. It was a brilliant full moon that night and it was nice to be outside at midnight and able to see while stumbling through the snow. Cheers, Rich
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Saludos cordiales desde Argentina, Chaydeé.
Interesting composition.LIKE!!!Best wishes Alexandra & Karl-Heinz
Greetings all, Thanks for the visits. Cheers, Rich
Hi Cheers, Rich
Very beautiful hiking in snowy landscape, and stay at the hotel the stars, to the delight of the moon at night.
Thank you for visiting and your nice comments on my photos.
Greetings from Greece, George
Greetings George, Thanks for joining us in the boulder field. It was a nice night. Cheers, Rich
Greetings Roberto, Thanks for the visit and comment. Cheers, Rich
Not only in the first page are the good photos! That is a very good one--like--AnaM (I answer you in the photo you had commented)
Greetings Ana, Thanks for the visit and comment. Nice to hear I have some good shots buried deeper in the gallery. Cheers, Rich
Beautiful place & photo!
very nice shot. Wonderful view. Nice colors. like
Greetings All, Thanks for the visits and comments. It was a wonderful evening with a full moon all night. Cheers, Rich
Greetings John, Thanks for the visit and comment. It was a full moon that night and hard to sleep it was so bright. We were camped at 13,000 feet on Longs Peak
Wonderful sky and the view! LIKE-16! Greetings from Ukraine. Yuri.
Greetings Yuri, Thanks for the visit and comment. Cheers, Rich
Desde este lugar casi se puede tocar la luna.
Gracias por su visita y comentarios.
FAV+LIKE. Saludos desde Madrid.
Greetings Nunila, Thanks for the visits and the comments. It is a wonderful sight watching the sun go down and the moon rise while so high on the mountain. Cheers, Rich
Greetings J-ryu, Thanks for the visit and the comments. This moon shot was taken during late May at 13,000 feet in elevation. We were camping in the snow. It was a beautiful night. Cheers, Rich
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Photo taken in Rocky Mountain National Park, East Longs Peak Trail, Estes Park, CO 80517, USA
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