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Hello Fediverse! This is my #introduction .
I am an educator of indeterminate age from the high, cold, beautiful #mountains of North Park in Northern #Colorado - fifth gen #ranching family on stolen #Ute and #Arapahoe land.
It is an isolated existence up here, being who I am, and I’m hoping to find a larger #community .
This is Zwölferkofel, the “12 peak” south of the village of Sexten, in South Tyrol, Italy. (Sexten, get it?) Because the peak is cold at elevation, it can create its own cloud stream, given wind and humidity.
This is another peak my husband has climbed.
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I apologise if my timeline for the next week is filled with landscapes and scenes from the mountains of the Picos de Europa. I have only just been able to get the images off camera (I know, I'm a bit old school that way!).
The mountains here completely blew me away! Anyway, here's a sample from the week to come. Dramatic peaks, cloud inversions, narrow gorges and beautiful alpine meadows.
40 years ago today: I had a twenty-minute cushion with which to play. So, naturally, I blew fifteen minutes of that cushion atop Bromley’s 3260-foot summit.
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Join me on our sunrise hike that we did a couple of weeks ago: 5:30am on top of a mountain, looking down into the valley, some shreds of clouds, softly in the trees. The buildings of the valley with most of the people still asleep. The ethereal mood up there was just ... priceless. Enlarge the photo, lean back, embrace the silence.