Nature Photography in Rocky Mountain National Park

Our recent day trip to Rocky Mountain National Park was one of our best ever for wildlife photography and viewing. We publish photographs of the natural world on this blog not only to share the incredible beauty of nature with you, but to remind you of exactly why we are so obsessed with saving the world.

Stellar’s Jay who posed endlessly at Many Peaks Curve.

Mossy rocks near Many Peaks Curve.

Bull Elk

My cousin, Meghan, and I. She visited us from Atlanta, Georgia.

Peaks near Bear Lake with the weather moving in providing dramatic lighting. I never get tired of looking at the Rockies covered in snow.

Two views of Glacier Gorge. The peak on the left is Half Mountain, the Peak on the right Thatchtop. This is a corner of the park we had never been to before. We can’t believe what we were missing.

Remember what Fonzie was like? Cool. That's how we're gonna be -- cool. Critical is fine, but if you're rude, we'll delete your stuff. Please use your PERSONAL name or initials and not your business name and do not put your website in the comment text, as both come off like spam. Have fun and thanks for adding to the conversation! (Thanks to Brian Oberkirch and Tim Ferris for the inspiration)
who we are:

Backyard Ecosystem began as an expression of my determination to make a difference in our own backyard. Literally and metaphorically making a difference at the micro level of my yard and to operate at macro level of treating the entire planet as something I am an integral part of and whose destiny is shaped everyday by what I do in my corner of the world.

Read More About Us