Yesterday, I posted a couple of photos of Fishers Peak from the “front”, the side of it that I’m most familiar with. The mountain sits south of Trinidad and it’s a fairly defining landscape feature of the area.
These are photos of the back side, my wife’s favorite view of the mountain. She spent a lot of time as a kid on a ranch on the backside of Fishers Peak and this is the view that she thinks of as home. It’s interesting to me how the varying perspectives give the mountain such different appearances.