In the Clouds Photography

Mt. Sneffels (14,150), beautiful meadow, and rustic fence.
Mayflower Creek in winter's icy grip barely flows at twighlight.
The Alps' Matterhorn (4478 m = 14,692 ft) rises above an early morning stratus cloud deck.
The Matterhorn's shark tooth appearance as viewed from the east.
Though winter strips the vegetation of life, the sunlight glows in this meadow giving the scene.
Long's Peak (14,255 ft) looms over Chasm Lake and offers excellent technical climbs.
Wilson Peak (14,017 ft) and El Diente (14,159 ft) nearly hidden.
Nothing says Rocky Mountain High better than an ice cold, crystal blue lake under blue skies and snow-capped mountains.
Majestic 14ers: Uncompahgre (14,309 ft) on the right and Wetterhorn (14,017 ft) on the left flank Colorado's Matterhorn Peak (13,590 ft), which is 1100 feet shorter than Switzerland's Matterhorn.

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Suggested reading & related info:

Book: Trekking and Climbing in the Western Alps by Hilary Sharp
Book: Hiking in the Sierra Nevada by John Mock
Book: Sierra North: Backcountry Trips in Californias Sierra Nevada by Kathy Morey
Book: Hiking Oregon Three Sisters by Bruce Grubbs
Book: Rocky Mountain National Park: The Complete Hiking Guide by Lisa Foster
Book: Day and Overnight Hikes: Rocky Mountain National Park by Kim Lipker
Book: John Fielder's Best of Colorado by John Fielder
Web: Westcliffe Publishers