More Reflections and Colors by randydpoll

More of the reflections and fall colors on Pike’s Peak. The summit is to the left background.

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Fall Colors and Reflections by randydpoll

More fall colors on Pike’s Peak. We were fortunate that there was no wind that day, so the reflections were great.

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The Dwarf Aspens on Pike’s Peak by randydpoll

The dwarf aspens on Pike’s Peak. The fall colors enhance the beauty of this great landmark. The summit of Pike’s Peak is to the left of the tree.

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Back to Pike’s Peak by randydpoll

A nice reflection on Pike’s Peak last Sunday. The summit is to the left in the background.

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Fall Colors on Pike’s Peak by randydpoll

Fall colors last Sunday on Pikes Peak. You can see the summit on the left in the background. The reflections in the reservoir were fantastic. You can see the mist coming off the water. It was on of the most beautiful scenes I’ve ever viewed.

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The Blacksmith Shop at the Ranch by delorespoll

The Rockledge Ranch Historic Site, adjacent to the Garden of the Gods, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It is a living history museum in Colorado Springs, Colorado. The restored buildings depict life in the Pikes Peak region in four time periods and in four different households: American Indian life in 1775; an 1860s cabin; an 1880s farm; and a 1907 Edwardian Country Estate. This is my second shot at sunset taken from behind the Blacksmith Shop. It was one of the most beautiful skies I’ve ever seen. The buildings are opened several times a year with actors portraying the characters from the 1800’s.

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One day back at the ranch… by delorespoll

The Rockledge Ranch Historic Site, adjacent to the Garden of the Gods, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It is a living history museum in Colorado Springs, Colorado. The restored buildings depict life in the Pikes Peak region in four time periods and in four different households: American Indian life in 1775; an 1860s cabin; an 1880s farm; and a 1907 Edwardian Country Estate.This shot was taken as the sun was starting to set. There is a piece of farm equipment in the foreground.

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