The Merging of Water and Ice


An intimate shot I took at Hanging Lake near Glenwood Springs, Colorado. One more edit of such beautiful nature. I understand, due to the popularity of this trail and some unfortunate vandalism, there might be some limitation as to the number of visitors to this area. I ran into a lady that used to frequent this spot 30 years ago and she said there was hardly anyone present. My hope is that future generations can show respect for such beauty and appreciate the nature around us instead of destroying it. Let us all document the landscape before us and leave it as it was given. Given for our enjoyment and peace of mind.
Incredible picture.
posted January 3rd, 2018  
Would love to go back there one day! It has probably been over 40 years since I hiked up there but I remember how beautiful it was!
posted January 3rd, 2018  
@fntngrma Thank you so much Rosan! It was my first hike there and one I had been wanting to do for a long time! So much beauty!!!
posted January 3rd, 2018  
Beautiful shot Wendy. I've heard the same thing about this popular destination. Even that they may close it altogether. So sad. I've seen many photos of this lake but none where there's snow or ice. Love it!
posted January 3rd, 2018  
Gorgeous! It seems like slow motion in real time, if that makes sense.
posted January 3rd, 2018  
Very beautiful, fav
posted January 3rd, 2018  
Wowie...what a cool capture! Fav.
posted January 3rd, 2018  
Stunning shot
posted January 3rd, 2018  
Beautiful! So sad that anyone would want to destroy it
posted January 3rd, 2018  
Gorgeous! Fav
posted January 3rd, 2018  
beautiful capture
posted January 3rd, 2018  
Wonderful image Wendy.
posted January 3rd, 2018  
Gorgeous
posted January 3rd, 2018  
Silk and ice, wonderful!
posted January 3rd, 2018  
Stunning shot.
posted January 4th, 2018  
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