Posted on December 5, 2011 by Bob Berwyn
More than just a backdrop …
Who needs Northern Lights?
SUMMIT COUNTY — Since I often photograph the same places (generally within a few minutes walk from my home and office) I tend to look at the sky to give the scene a fresh look, and I’ve been amazed, over the past couple of years, how often it obliges. Some shots from the past few months show how the season, time of day and other factors can illuminate the sky above Summit County in so many different ways.
A late summer sunset at Clinton Gulch Reservoir.
Dawn light over the Meadow Creek wetlands, Frisco, Colorado.
Just a few minutes later ...
Slightly more subtle colors in this evening take on the same scene.
Gentle pastels in the sky above the Continental Divide.
It doesn't always have to be brilliant colors.
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