Still wearing part of her winter coat of snow, Long's Peak tower's above the foothills and the forest as seen from the highway.
Building clouds attempt to obscure the summit of might Long's Peak on a summer morning.
A rushing mountain stream points the way to mighty Long's Peak.
Early morning light illuminates the snow fields approaching Long's Peak in late spring.
The first light of day turns the Diamond pink as seen from Boulder's field, Rocky's highest backcountry campground.
Long's in purple from the Bear Lake trail.
Alpen glow burns Long's Peak's Diamond in the early dawn.
The last light of day burns mighty Long's Peak.
The last light of day strikes Rock Cut on Trail Ridge Road while Long's Peak looms in the background.
Bear Lake reflects the alpen glow from Long's Peak during a still morning in mid July bringing a feeling of peace.
High on the alpine tundra the Diamond of Long's Peak rears above a field of alpine flowers and krummholtz pines.
The bulk of mighty Long's Peak glows with the day's last sunlight. The rock formation known as The Keyboard of the Winds can be seen trailing off to the right.
Long's Peak, followed by the Keyboard of the Winds, sheds the last snows of winter.
Long's Peak rises above afternoon storm clouds as seen from Bear Lake
Storm Clouds obscure the view of Long's Peak above Bear Lake
Long's Peak and the Keyboard of the Winds
Rosy Dawn lights mighty Long's Peak as seen from Highway #7 as the last of the fog fades on the still waters of a pond.