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The Donut Hole

“The Donut Hole”
Photo of the Week #43, selected in March, 2020

Ever since I took this photo in the Colorado Rockies, I’ve referred to it as my “Donut Hole” picture. I guess it reminds me of powdered sugar donut. Sometimes a name just sticks…

This shot was taken from the top of the slopes above Winter Park. We don’t ski but traveled to the top of the Continental Divide via snow plow. If you haven’t experienced winter in Colorado, it should be on your to-do list. The Winter Park resort area, owned by the City of Denver, ranges from 8,700 to 12,060 feet above sea level and is considered sub-alpine country. It is snow-covered for about six months a year.

Here’s my photo on Imagekind:
https://www.imagekind.com/-the-donut-holedsc_art?IMID=d399fc9d-cb05-4ced-8518-0757a0917c76


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http://huberjack.imagekind.com/store/Images.aspx/385a532b-9a90-4b4f-8c67-b25c1afa1c07/PhotosoftheWeek


View Weeks 1-52 of my Photos of the Week as a slideshow:
https://youtu.be/tMtb-RtUYhs

View Weeks 53-104:
https://youtu.be/nkX66cbbTcw

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Beam Me Up, Scotty
Beam Me Up, Scotty

Photo of the Week 005- Originally Selected 6/15/19-
“Beam Me Up, Scotty”

I couldn’t help but notice this unusual cloud formation over Bryce Canyon, Utah. Interestingly, Bryce is not a canyon at all, but rather a collection of giant amphitheaters made up of distinctive geological structures called hoodoos. This vista, along with many views at nearby Zion National Park, makes this area one of our favorites to visit. That said, this is the only time we found the Starship Enterprise seemingly hovering over the park…

As always, please click on the link to view the clear, full-color image:

https://www.imagekind.com/-summertime-greensdsc_art?IMID=b440d605-1998-4a2c-bb9e-96537974f610


View all of my Photos of the Week here on Imagekind:

http://huberjack.imagekind.com/store/Images.aspx/385a532b-9a90-4b4f-8c67-b25c1afa1c07/PhotosoftheWeek

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