Pikes Peak "East" camera

We can all peer outside our windows and see what it looks like here at ground level in the Pikes Peak region. If you’re curious to know what it looks like at the top of Pikes Peak, here’s a screen shot of the city’s “East” labeled camera, taken shortly after 8 PM. You can see more shots at the city’s Pikes Peak camera page, here. We’ll take another peek in the morning, when there’s a little more light at the top of America’s Mountain.

 

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