Rocky Mountain National Park Pictures
Rocky Mountain National Park was the first "major" park I was attempting to shoot for my dark sky project.
I needed to navigate getting a timed entry pass, making it there with enough time to scout after oversleeping near Devil's Tower, plus finding spots that wouldn't be spoiled by light and people.
After driving up and over the iconic Trail Ridge road, I had a problem I wasn't expecting - there were too many locations I wanted to take pictures of Rocky Mountain National Park from! I organized my notes and made some hard decisions, but I had a plan to work my way east and chase the light from sunset to astronomical twilight.
My last stop for the night was Many Parks Curve. Normally packed with people and cars, this popular location was completely empty. It gave me plenty of time to capture this Rocky Mountain National Park photography of Longs Peak, the forest, and sky in solitude.This stop was part of a cross-country road trip to visit 14 NPS sites and capture the beauty of our public lands at night.
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