|copyright 2001, Grabo'
Life’s tough at 11,000
feet above sea level — and this old conifer
proves it. But if you can’t hang on any
longer, just sink in a root and come up again
somewhere nearby — you never know, things
just might be more hospitable.
Waiting for my photo processor
to finish my commercial job, I decided to go
up Trail Ridge Road (the world’s highest
paved thouroughfare) in Rocky Mountain National
Park. The road was closed at Rainbow Curve due
to snowdrifts, and I walked another mile to
capture this moment.
1998, West of Estes Park, Colorado