Sunrise at Moraine
I wearily crawled out of my tent for my last sunrise at Rocky Mountain National Park. The elk in the area had kept me up for another night with their bugling; it was the middle of their mating season. I got in my car and drove the short way towards Moraine Valley. I had previously scouted this area and knew I wanted to get a sunrise here after I had previously seen the alpenglow. I didn’t have a specific spot picked out but I knew that I wanted to incorporate the creek into the photo somehow. Luckily, I found a spot pretty easily with plenty of time to spare, which is a rarity for me especially during sunrises. Goes to show how well prudent planning and having a 500 pound animal as a wake up call helps make life easier. Over the years, I have taken many more sunrise photos but this one has always remained one of my favorites.
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