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Sego Lily
Photo By Stephen Hall

  • Title: Sego Lily
  • State/Province/Region: Colorado
  • Country: United States
  • Nearest Area: Rocky Mountain National Park
  • Nearest Town: Estes Park
  • Brief Directions: From Loveland, CO, travel 34miles west on State Rt. 34 to Rocky Mt. N.P..
  • Notes: A tripod that lowers close to the ground is a must as is an off camera flash.
  • Best Season: Spring
  • Description: Rocky Mt. National Park has flowers from early spring to late summer depending on the elevation you are at. The best times to photograph are morning, evening or an overcast day.
  • Gear: Tripod, Macro/Closeup lens or Telephoto lens and extension tube.
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