Standing at the top of the Alpine Pass in he Rocky Mountain National Park was a thrill. Above the tree line at about 12,000 feet it left your heart racing a little bit when you reached the tip top. It was a wonderful day of learning, travel and family as the big kids and I made the “final” accent.
A rather amazing experience….
P.S. First two photos from the Fujifilm X-E1 with the 14mm. The one with the children was done with a in camera photostitch. The snow is from the Pentax K-5 with a long telephoto racked out long to compress the ridge line and increase the drama of the scene.