Colorado Rocky Mountains 2018 Calendar
Capturing bold landscapes and intimate portraits of nature in the Colorado Rocky Mountains has a magnetic attraction for photographer Tad Bowman. Backpacking through the year, Tad shows us the dramatic light and the changing seasons he discovers throughout these towering mountain ranges.
Published by Tide-mark, the 2018 calendar opens to 13.75 by 20.5 inches.
Places featured in the 2018 Colorado Rocky Mountains calendar include:
Fresh snow coat the sandstone fins in Roxborough State Park, Colorado
Lenticular clouds blossom over Long’s Peak and the frozen surface of Bear Lake in Rocky Mountain National Park
Late afternoon sun reflects on Crestone Peak, Crestone Needle, and Kit Carson Peak in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains and lights up the sand dunes in Great Sand Dune National Park
Parry Primrose, Columbines, and Bluebells blooming along the course of a cascading stream in the Uncompahgre National Forest
The sun rising on the La Plata Mountains makes a bright background for a field of Indian Paintbrush wildflowers blooming in the San Juan National Forest
Early morning light creates a reflection of Red Mountain on the water of an alpine tarn in the San Juan National Forest
The pink light of sunset colors Longs Peak in Rocky Mountain National Park
An alpine lake in the Weminuche Wilderness catches the reflection of Pigeon and Turret Peaks of the Needle Mountains
Surrounded by clouds, Mount Sneffels looms above fall foliage in Uncompahgre National Forest
Fresh snow on Capitol Peak joins fall foliage in the White River National Forest to mark the changing season
Late afternoon light illuminates the new snow on East Beckwith Mountain as gold aspen leaves mark the end of fall in Gunnison National Forest
Valley snow reflects early morning light as clouds lift off Mount Sneffels in Uncompahgre National Forest