Twin Peaks Blue
A scenic landscape view through a large winter cottonwood tree from McIntosh lake in Longmont, Colorado, Boulder County. Clear blue sky view of the Twin Peaks, Mt Meeker 13,911 ft and Longs Peak 14,256 ft with geese hanging out on the semi frozen lake. ( Prints for sale online – Twin Peaks Blue ) History – The lake was called Dawson after John Dawson (1839-1917) before taking the name McIntosh. Dawson joined the Chicago-Colorado Colony in 1871, and farmed east of Hygiene. In 2003, the City leased the surface rights to the lake with the intention of creating a district park which will link Dawson Park, Flanders Park and Boulder County’s Lohr Open Space.
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Posted on January 22, 2014, in Animals, Birds, Boulder County Colorado, Longmont, Longs Peak and tagged birds, blue, Boulder County, Canada goose, Colorado, cottonwood trees, frozen, geese, James Insogna, lakes, Longmont, Longs Peak, Mt. Meeker, Rocky Mountains, sky, snow, trees, Twin Peaks, winter. Bookmark the permalink. 7 Comments.