I guess this is a Colorado centric week for me. Three of my posts this week are from my trip to Colorado last year. This photo is of Bridal Veil Falls on the outskirts of Telluride. The falls overlook a box canyon that contains the town. The falls are two-pronged and flow 365 feet to the ground below. At the top left, there is a plant that was recently renovated that provides about 25% of the electrical power for the town. In the winter, the falls freeze and, at one time, ice climbers would climb to the top. The land is now private property and ice climbing is prohibited.