Mount Princeton shows early fall color on its northern flank along with a cap of morning snow.
View of Mount Princeton off Rodeo Road Thursday morning.
View of bursting fall color on the locally named Red Deer Mountain.
Puffy white clouds floated along the ridge of the Sawatch Range past Mount Princeton about mid-morning.
Clouds cast shadows across Mount Princeton.
Mount Yale shows a snow cap mid-morning in this view that also shows color on Red Deer Mountain taken from Buena Vista. The snow was gone from Mount Yale by early afternoon.
Red Deer Mountain displays golden fall colors in this view from CR 384 north of Buena Vista.
Clouds help frame the snow-capped peak of Mount Yale Thursday morning. The snow had disappeared by early afternoon.
Clouds punctuate the blue-sky morning over Red Deer Mountain and Mount Yale.
This pastoral scene shows Red Deer Mountain and Mount Yale from CR 384.
Another perspective from CR 384 north of Buena Vista.
Colorful trees help frame the old county courthouse, now home to the Buena Vista Heritage Museum, which frame the view of Red Deer Mountain and Mount Yale.
Clouds engulfed the Collegiate Peaks as seen from Tammie Drive in the Sunset Vista subdivision on the western end of Buena Vista Wednesday evening.
The Buffalo Peaks northeast of Buena Vista as seen from the Sunset Vista subdivision disappeared beneath the cloud bank Wednesday evening.
Mount Princeton lurks behind a cloud bank west of the Sunset Vista subdivision in western Buena Vista Wednesday evening.
The Collegiate Peaks disappeared Wednesday evening in this view from Rodeo Road.
Bright clouds hide Cottonwood Pass Wednesday evening in this view from Rodeo Road.
The lower base of Mount Princeton was all that was visible Wednesday evening along Rodeo Road at Buena Vista's western edge.
The low clouds even clipped the top of Midland Hills at Buena Vista's eastern edge Wednesday evening.
The lowering cloud bank obscures the top of Midland Hill as viewed from the Buena Vista River Park Wednesday evening.
Mount Princeton displays its crown of new snow Thursday morning in this view from Rodeo Road.
Magnificent fall colors tease the eyes in this view of the locally named Red Deer Mountain as seen from Rodeo Road Thursday morning.
Mount Yale appears to be trying to hide its new crown of fallen snow from viewers on Rodeo Road Thursday morning.
Mount Princeton as seen from Rodeo Road Thursday morning.