This is a rock fomation I love. Totally amazing to think of the erosional force of water creating something so intricate.
Light on spires between the clouds.
In the distance you can see a rainshower moving in.
And today, in between snow squalls, a small patch of sun pierced through the mist down into the depths and painted this, down low in the canyon.
Today all day there were snow squalls, sleet, hail the size of BB's, and thunder. High temp was 36*F. Snow accumulated to an inch or so several times, melting in between. Tonight temps in the 20's are expected. Tomorrow, though, is supposed to be better. Next week is really supposed to improve. That's good; Steve and I want to hike some of the trails down inside. My 85-yr-old mother from Maryland is here this week, so we're mostly doing things we can do via shuttle bus and wheelchair. She can walk, just not far, especially at this altitude. She is really enjoying being here.