Uploaded: October 16, 2004


Bull Elk in Rocky Mountain National Park on the first day of fall. Taken with my Canon 100-400mm L lens.


October 05, 2005

Hi Lisa,

I was looking through you pictures and there outstanding great job. #321618

Lisa Young October 06, 2005

Thanks Peter. #1925284

Mike Rubin October 07, 2005

All your shots are great! The only problem I have is with snow the first day of fall, I don't even like it in winter :) Please check out my gallery, your comments would be valued - Mike #1926987

Bridget C. October 08, 2005

Nice job Lisa! I would crop this a little more, as I think pictures cropped closer to the subject are more attractive. That is just my opinion, it's great as is! #1929593

October 21, 2005 well you should be! of this photograph, your talents and all the other winners in your gallery too!!! #1979256

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