Nymph Lake, Rocky Mountain National Park


Photograph by David Young.

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Nymph Lake – the lake is a short hike above Bear Lake. The water lily is (I presume) Nymphaea polysepala. And welcome back to Reed, who (I also presume) is happily ensconced in Arizona.


Any frogs on these lilypads?

apokryltaros said:

Any frogs on these lilypads?

If there are, they must spend most of their life cycle buried deep in the frozen lake’s bottom.

Buried deep? That would be more than just knee-deep!

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