Tim Kiser

Tim Kiser

Posted on 07/07/2012


Photo taken on July 13, 2011



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So threateningly near the road, because there is not a tundra area someplace safely away from the road where the elk could munch their tundra plants at.

So threateningly near the road, because there is not a tundra area someplace safely away from the road where the elk could munch their tundra plants at.
All the tourists are driving distractedly and rearending and sideswiping one another while they roll down their windows to take pictures so this definitely isn't a safe area to be out in for these elk. Despite the nice angle that the sun is shining on them from.

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In Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado, on July 13th, 2011, on the north side of Trail Ridge Road, east of the "Rock Cut" overlook.

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Library of Congress classification ideas:
F782.R59 Rocky Mountain National Park (Colo.)—Pictorial works.
QL737.U55 Elk—Pictorial works.
QK115 Mountain meadows—United States—Pictorial works.
F782.L2 Larimer County (Colo.)—Pictorial works.

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