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Photo Of The Day By Dawn Wilson
Photo By Dawn Wilson
Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Fall at the Fan” by Dawn Wilson. Location: Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado.
“Although the fall of 2020 was pretty dry in Colorado thanks to an extreme drought in the state, the colors were surprisingly colorful and vibrant,” says Wilson. “That made for a pretty morning as the sun rose at the Alluvial Fan in Rocky Mountain National Park.”
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