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Joanne Logan (cq, bottom left) directs Cheyenne Matlock (cq, top left), 9, and Sarah Ringquist (cq, top right), 18, as they pose for an old time portrait at the Real West Old Time Portraits studio in Estes Park one afternoon. Estes Park is the gateway town for Rocky Mountain National Park and has been criticized by some as a boardwalk like type atmosphere filled with fudge shops and t-shirt emporiums. Rocky Mountain National Park, established in 1915, on the other hand is a showcase of the grandeur of the Rocky Mountains and features peaks ranging from 8,000 to 14,259 feet tall and is home to elk, mule deer, bighorn sheep, black bears, coyotes and a wide range of birds, fish and smaller animals. Logan said she likes the touristic feel of the town saying, "I think this is the best tourist town in Colorado". Matlock and Ringquist are cousins from Aurora and were up in Estes Park for the day with family shopping and didn't even make it into the park. (MARC PISCOTTY/ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS) CQ Joanne Logan, Cheyenne Matlock and Sarah Ringquist

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