Fall to winter
Muted autumn colors at the Meadow Creek wetlands in Frisco, Colorado.
SUMMIT COUNTY — Autumn light in the mountains is brilliant, and the low angle of the sun opens up new doors for photographers. Plus, you don’t have to get out of bed at an extreme hour to catch the sunrise. We’re wrapping up the 2010 photo review with scenes from October, November and December, including a few spectacular sunrise scenes and some shots from our favorite spots on the shores of Dillon Reservoir.
An autumn sunset at Dillon Reservoir with an early dusting of snow on the Continental Divide.
A last burst of autumn aspens along Swan Mountain Road.
Sunset reflections after an October snowfall.
Feathery ice crystals grow along the Dillon Dam Road.
Seasons collide on Meadow Creek in Frisco, Colorado.
Early November frost.
Gore Range Dawn, Summit County, Colorado.
One of the most popular images from the photoblog series shows Frisco in pre-dawn twilight, backed by Buffalo Mountain. The pink-orange glow in the foreground is from a streetlight.
A full moon rises over Frisco, Colorado.
December reflections in Dillon Reservoir, Summit County, Colorado.
Christmas lights twinkle in Frisco, Colorado.
December sunset, Frisco, Colorado.
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