St. Elmo

We unintentionally rendezvoused with a whole bunch of other people at St. Elmo, the ghost down at the foot of Mount Princeton. It was too crowded to really enjoy. We watched the Broad-tailed and Rufous Hummingbirds that were all over the place for about half an hour, then we left.

Rufous Hummingbird. They were coming to the feeders on a porch, out of the direct light, so it was tough to catch the fire-orange on the throat. I managed to catch it a bit on the second shot.

Colorado Chipmunk

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1 Response to St. Elmo

  1. Jeff Weddle says:

    No one goes to ghost towns anymore because they’re too crowded.

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