Posted on December 24, 2011 by Bob Berwyn
January is snow sculpting time in Breckenridge, Colorado.
Summit County — Time to take a look at the past year in photos …and since a photo is worth a thousand words, I’m not going to write much more. But if you like what you see, all Summit Voice images are available as custom prints, and you can also check out our online galleries at RedBubble and Imagekind.
Thistles deep in January snow, partially illuminated by a streetlamp.
Pastel sunset over Buffalo Mountain.
February: Snowkiting on Dillon Reservoir.
Al Gore came to Aspen, Colorado, last February to talk global warming.
High country winter, A-Basin, Colorado.
February full moon rises over Grizzly Peak in this iPhoto rendering.
March is often the snowiest month in the high country.
Spring skies over the Continental Divide.
Wing prints in the snow.
March side-country skiing and an Impromptu snack stand at Loveland Pass.
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