Haystack Rocky Mountain Front Range Sunset Panorama
Winter sunrises and sunsets in Colorado are a treat you can look to most mornings and nights. In January the sun rises about 7am and sun sets at about 5pm give or take a half hour, the point I want to make is more people tend to see them because it is the same time as everyone is going to and from school and work. I hate it because there are a lot of people on the roads, but on the plus side you do not have to get up in the middle of the night to catch the sunrise.
This is a large panorama view with Haystack Mountain in north Boulder County Colorado, looking west to the Rocky Mountains front range above at sunset with a bank of clouds hanging on the continental divide.
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Posted on January 27, 2015, in Boulder Canyon, Boulder Colorado, Boulder County Colorado, Colorado, Panoramas, Sunrise / Sunset Landscape and tagged above, Boulder County, Boulder County Colorado, clouds, Colorado, Continental Divide, fine art, front range, hanging, haystack mountain, James bo Insogna, january, Nature, outdoors, pano, panorama, panoramas, rises, Rocky Mountain Front Range, Rocky Mountain Sunset, Rocky Mountains, sets, sun, sunrises, Sunsets, tourism, tourist, travel, View, west, winter. Bookmark the permalink. 7 Comments.