Sunset over Rocky Mountain National Park.
On Monday, we left the park and spent the rest of our trip in Arapahoe National Forest.
We camped the first night near this river, just outside Rocky Mountain National Park.
This pond was full of frogs, and we listened to them converse throughout the night.
Just before sunset, we took a hike through the forest.
We came back and made a fire under a clear, full-moonlit sky.
The next morning, I discovered this sight.
Signs like these are the reason I must always carry my camera wherever I go.
We took a long, wet hike along Shadow Mountain Lake.
We stopped here for lunch, along this rushing river.
The sun came out again on our way back.
We found a gorgeous spot near Lake Granby to camp for the night.
From our campsite, we had beautiful views of the sunset over the river and lake.
That’s my Mikey.
Tom lit a fire and baked some potatoes.
It was so nice to sit and relax in the great outdoors with some cold drinks.
Mike’s new lantern.
Good night, all!
Hi, I’m Charlotte! I’m a photographer in Reston, Virginia. I love hiking, running, and exploring the world with my husband and young son.