Two huge elk with huge horns stood around munching grass for half an hour, while hordes of yogi turistas snapped away. Full, they laid down in the half-mist half-snow, and went to sleep, chewing their cud, confident and relaxes despite all the cars, photographers. This is their country; we’re just visiting.
Photo by Michelle Lopez, who’s super-nice to everybody, and already knows 100 names after the first 24 hours of the 14th Annual Estes Park Yoga Journal Conference 2009.
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