Posted on November 30, 2012 by Bob Berwyn
Reaching for the sky …
A classic Patagonia skyline features some of the craggiest peaks in the world.
FRISCO — I missed my favorite Twitter chat last week, but got all giddy when I saw this week’s #FriFotos theme — peaks. I live amidst the splendor of the Rocky Mountains, and at least a third of the pictures in my ever-growing photo archives features peaks in all shapes and sizes. I’m looking forward to seeing great images of mountains from around the world. It’s easy to join the fun. Just upload your own favorite peak pictures, tag then with #FriFotos and post them to Twitter, share and comment.
The M/V Professor Molchanov at anchor near a remote peak in Antarctica.
The iconic Maroon Bells, near Aspen, Colorado.
Soaring amid the peaks of the Austrian Alps.
Peaks along the Continental Divide during the twilight of the June 2012 solar eclipse.
Half light over the Continenal Divide.
Highlands Bowl, Aspen, Colorado.
Hiking in Chihuahua Gulch with Dylan and Comet. Photo courtesy Leigh Wadden.
Early morning alpenglow on the Gore Range in Colorado.
The Dachstein, the high point of a mountain world heritage area in Austria.
Gore Range dawn.
Morning sun hits the Tenmile Range near Frisco, Colorado.
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