© Geoffrey R Cullen 2019
Sunlight filters through breaks in the clouds as an intense rain shower buckets down into the headwaters of Bear Creek in the Mount Evans Wilderness area near Denver, Colorado.
Sunlight clips Byers Peak near Fraser, Colorado, USA as the early morning fog lifts from the valley floor and mists rise from a water catchment pond. An old unused barn and dilapidated log-rail fences yield to the ravages of time.
Crystal clear snow melt waters collect in Lake Bob, a tarn lake formed in the ancient glacial moraine and scree rocks on the east side of the USA continental divide near Rollins Pass, Colorado.