It was a beautiful day as we started out on our little trek.
Believe it or not, there is a lake there. Nymph Lake, in fact.
Capturing Lynn capturing the moment.
On our way to Dream Lake, we folllowed an alternate route that had been traversed by some snowshoers ealier. It was more strenuous than the normal route, but there weren't any people either. We were also able to play in more powder.
Looking back at the high point of our detour.
And now we're finally descending our little ridge, arriving right at Dream Lake.
Dream lake was the largest lake we crossed. You can see a number of people on the far side of the lake. The trails were quite crowded.
The ice at Dream Lake.
More Dream Lake ice.
From Dream Lake we have a straight shot to Emerald Lake. I had way too much fun try to take pictures of the ice.
There were a few areas on Dream Lake that didn't look completely frozen through.
A shot looking back across Dream Lake as we head for Emerald.
Ah Emerald Lake. Another chunk of ice.
A completely different view of the ice. This is taken straight down over an area where the ice was a bit thinner.
And this is me trying to see just how close up I can get with my little camera.
Turns out that there was a bit of snow in Rocky Mountain National Park.