Posted on July 21, 2010 by Bob Berwyn
A bumblebee pays an evening visit to fireweed blossoms in Frisco, Colorado
Our morning photo helps show there is life after death in Summit County's devastated lodgepole pine forests, where wildflowers, lodgepole seedlings and aspens are all starting to thrive.
SUMMIT COUNTY — We have some more fun photo links today. Click on the read more button and then click on the photos below to see more.
Frisco's Fourth of July Parade in photos. Click on the image.
Click on the photo to see the Frisco fireworks slideshow.
Cool off from the summer heat by viewing some cool, icy photos!
And if your’re sweltering in the summer heatwave, you might be able to cool off a bit bu visiting the photoblog from last January’s snowsculpting event in Breckenridge.
Bighorn Materials, celebrating 25 years in Summit County, supports Summit Voice photojournalism. Click on the image for more information.
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