Posted on December 2, 2011 by Bob Berwyn
I've always wondered why the sunset sky colors are different in the winter and summer.
By Bob Berwyn
SUMMIT COUNTY — Since La Niña is under-performing so far this winter, I had to reach back into the archives from a year ago to see what early winter looks like. With any luck, we’ll be there soon. Meanwhile, get psyched for the snow season with this photo essay.
Freshies on Lenawee.
Early December moonrise, 2010.
While the ground is still in shadow, the mists above Dillon Reservoir catch the first rays of the sun on a chilly morning, Dec. 2010.
A wintry sunset in early Dec. 2010 reflected in the edge of the Meadow Creek wetlands.
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