Colorado flag featuring mountain rocks from 14ers throughout the state. The red "C" features the iconic striped rock of the Maroon Bells near Aspen. The yellow rock in the center circle comes from the unique yellow colored rock on the summit of Mt. Belford, one of the Collegiate peaks of the Sawatch. The Snowy white is from a climb of Quandary peak in the Tenmile range. The blue verglas covered talus was found in the early morning shade near the saddle between Blanca and Ellingwood Peak in the Sangre De Cristo mountains.
August 31st, 2013
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