Cathedral Spires
    Slicing into the Deep Blue Sky

Cathedral Spires is a cluster of blade-like stones that reach for the deep blue Colorado Sky.  From any direction they are spectacular.

Just Wow!

They are often referred to as the Temple of Montezuma.

I particularly love the old photos of the Garden of the Gods.  They remind us of both the changing and unchanging nature of, well, nature.  Chunks of these rocks break off, changing the formation forever. 

And note the lack of trees.  Remember, the trees that fill the Central Garden now were planted in the 1930’s by the Civilian Conservation Corps. 

1869-1879 William Henry Jackson [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons1869-1879 William Henry Jackson
USC Digital Collection, California Historical Society

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