A Beautiful World, Worth Protecting. (SLV Nature Photos – June 2015)

Some more photos from the first half of June 2015.

All photos by © Michaël Van Broekhoven (All Rights Reserved. Please don’t share), taken in the Northern San Luis Valley (SLV) of Southern Colorado, in or near Crestone, Colorado.

DSCN3993 DSCN3988 DSCN4208 DSCN4066 DSCN4206 DSCN3852 DSCN3835By the way, I talked to someone involved with the bird counts at the National Wildlife Refuge between the Great Sand Dunes NP, the Baca subdivision by  Crestone and Highway 17 (ish) and was glad to hear that their observations suggest that the breeding numbers are good.  Healthy vibrant ecosystem, thriving with all the spring rains.   DSCN3832 DSCN3967 DSCN4183 DSCN4006 DSCN4010Beautiful world… I enjoy every moment of my life.

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