The Wonders of Colorado
I went to Colorado to visit relatives during March 1-6, 2002. I saw plenty of awesome sites when my cousin took me to see some of the amazing wonders of God's creation found in the area. The following images highlight only a portion of what I saw.
The first image was taken in Park County, which is located two counties to the south-west of Denver. The spot where this image was taken is 9,300 feet above sea level. The county is known for its beautiful mountain scenery and for a lush valley of ranch land, known as South Park, that sits at its center. This image was taken on March 3, 2002.
The following spectacular image of an extremely large icicle was taken at Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre located near the town of Morrison, which is 15 miles west of Denver. This image was taken on March 4, 2002.
The rather large and unusually positioned rock in the following image is called Balancing Rock. It is found at the Garden of the Gods City Park in Colorado Springs. This image was taken on March 5, 2002.
The last two images on this page were taken at Seven Falls, which is located
in South Cheyenne Caņon 15 minutes drive from downtown Colorado Springs. Seven Falls descends 181 feet in seven steps over pikes peak granite. The falls were frozen when I visited. These images were taken on March 5, 2002.
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