Photo Diary: The Colorado Rockies

“She was born in the summer of her 27th year, coming home to a place she’d never been before.
She left yesterday behind her, you might say she was born again,
you might say she found a key for every door.
When she first came to the mountains, her life was far away on the road and hanging by a song.
But the strings already broken and she doesn’t really care,
it keeps changing fast, and it don’t last for long.

And the Colorado Rocky Mountain high, I’ve seen it raining fire in the sky.
The shadows from the starlight are softer than a lullaby.
Rocky Mountain high, Colorado. Rocky Mountain high.”

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“Rocky Mountain High” song lyrics by John Denver, substituting she¬†for he.

+ For all of you wanderers out there, where is your favorite place to be overcome by natural beauty?

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6 years ago

Gorgeous pictures! I love that song :) And I like that you changed it for “she” because now I can relate to it even more!
Lots of love,
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6 years ago

Along the west coast of Canada and the US is my favorite place to soak up nature. Ah I miss it so much right now!

6 years ago

I love these photos – I’m always a sucker for travel posts too:)x
AllysDays.blogspot.com

Dreaming of the Rockies today and I happened to find this on my blog roll. Perfect timing!

6 years ago
6 years ago

colorado looks like such a magical place <3

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6 years ago

Beautiful scenery! I love these photos!

Raquel
http://www.raqulemanuela.com

6 years ago

I love these pictures so much! I’m currently taking a geography class and nature gets me so excited now! Thanks for sharing these awesome snaps!

Jessica
http://blendedintoone.blogspot.com

Maddy
6 years ago

As a gal from Colorado Springs I can tell you there ain’t no place like the Colorado Rockies!