A Moose Named Willow
One of the benefits of living in the Colorado Front Range is one's proximity to wildlife. Introduced into Colorado in 1978 the Shiras Moose (Alces alces shirasi) has continued to increase its range and can often be spotted in the foothills. This image - presented as an 8 x 10 translucent glass print - was captured late in the fall. Willow is lying in the snow chewing the cud.