Colorado has these periods of freeze and thaw. Some winter days can be in the fifties, while others are in the teens. Monument rock is made from the sediment of the ancient sea that once covered this area. Water still plays a role here, freezing, melting and boring holes in the limestone, constantly changing the face of the land.
Frozen Creek with Ice Melt
Sunset Over Foothills of the Rockies Viewed from Monument Rock
Snow Melt Around Monument Rock
Monument Rock Before Night Comes On
Limestone Worn by Water
Tiny Sliver of Moon Above Monument Rock