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Apr 8, 2010
Just kidding. However, here is a large photo I took a couple of days ago near my home. Click on it for the full sized version and feel free to use it as a background.

JML
Joined May 3, 2009
37 points
Apr 8, 2010
I figured some in the snowbound areas needed reassurance that spring was coming. :) JML
Joined May 3, 2009
37 points
Apr 8, 2010
Nearing the end of Thank God Ledge.

Here's one if you don't want winter to be over!

Peaks and Glacier in the Chugach Range.
Peaks and Glacier in the Chugach Range.
Jeff G.
From Fort Collins
Joined Feb 26, 2006
1,040 points
Apr 9, 2010
Where are the Teletubbies?

Nice shot actually...
chalkfingers
From park city, utah
Joined May 13, 2008
76 points
Apr 9, 2010
Climbing at Frog Buttress
Must rain a lot! The grass is rusting! kachoong
From The Outback, Texas
Joined Jan 22, 2010
190 points
Apr 9, 2010
Mexican Crack in LCC SLC UT
Jeff... THANK YOU! im all for spring coming, but some more turns in the white stuff is all right with me to!Spring and summer will be here soon... lets enjoy the snow Jhernand
From Salt Lake City, UT
Joined Apr 15, 2009
208 points
Apr 9, 2010
Bouldering at right side of Sun Deck
California poppies! Is that near Gorman? YDPL8S
From Santa Monica, Ca.
Joined Aug 7, 2003
933 points
Apr 9, 2010
This is a novel auto blocking belay device.  I thi...
Are those poppies? Let me guess... hmmmm..... Afghanistan!

Finally something that deserves to get sprayed on the internet, great photo!!
Rick Blair
From Denver
Joined Oct 16, 2007
270 points
Apr 9, 2010
Bouldering at right side of Sun Deck
Wrong kind of poppies.... YDPL8S
From Santa Monica, Ca.
Joined Aug 7, 2003
933 points
Apr 9, 2010
CA Poppies in eastern San Luis Obispo county. JML
Joined May 3, 2009
37 points
Apr 9, 2010
JeffG has a point...here is one for those that LIKE winter to stick around. The shot in the original post and this one were taken just a few days apart.

JML
Joined May 3, 2009
37 points
Apr 9, 2010
Thanks! Now if the snow would just stop long enough for the rock that just dried to stay dry for more than a couple hours. Aaron Cheatwood
From Heber City, Utah
Joined Mar 23, 2010
0 points
Apr 9, 2010
Nearing the end of Thank God Ledge.
One more to celebrate winter.


This Peak is called the "Island".  Deep ...
This Peak is called the "Island". Deep in the Chugach range. I didn't climb it but I did ski down the shadowed wall to the left of the prominent spine. 45-50 degrees for 3000 vertical!
Jeff G.
From Fort Collins
Joined Feb 26, 2006
1,040 points
Apr 9, 2010
Ibex
Here's one of spring and winter......
Henry Mountains from the top of Waterpocket Fold
Henry Mountains from the top of Waterpocket Fold
Hoff
From Las Vegas
Joined May 23, 2008
51 points
Apr 9, 2010
Here's a fall/winter shot...

JML
Joined May 3, 2009
37 points
Apr 9, 2010
Credits: Marty TwoBulls m2bulls.com  indiancountry...
haha great title, nice photos

so where is "home"
kirra
Joined Feb 1, 2006
724 points
Apr 9, 2010
Central CA JML
Joined May 3, 2009
37 points
Apr 9, 2010
Mt Colden and other high peaks from Algonquin
Mt Colden and other high peaks from Algonquin

If we're playing the winter photo game. January in the Adirondacks on a one in a million day.
Nathan Stokes
Joined Oct 20, 2008
439 points
Apr 10, 2010
Bastille Crack Final Pitch
I was always sort of proud of this one I took from Mt. Belford

John Maguire
From Boulder, CO
Joined Nov 23, 2008
212 points
Apr 10, 2010
Those are all great mountain shots! JML
Joined May 3, 2009
37 points
Apr 10, 2010
i have more fun climbing than all of you, which makes me the best climber on this site. sick pictures though. T.L. Kushner
Joined May 21, 2009
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