This Image's Creation Story:
Long’s Peak (14,256 feet) is the monarch of Northern Colorado. I raced the sunrise to the summit of nearby Mount Lady Washington in the cold November dark and high wind. Gasping in rarified air at over 13,000 feet, I frantically set my tripod up with a hanging mesh bag holding 20 pounds of rocks to keep it from blowing over. I chose this exact location, because it was the first vantage where I could actually see Longs. I knew the beautiful alpenglow light would change very quickly. This was the first shot that I took, and the best one of the day.
This image is available in 5x7, 8x10, and 11x14 Matted Prints and can be purchased as is, or framed with a handmade frame created by the Artist made from reclaimed wood.