Finally, some fresh snow in Colorado …
The rising sun sends a pillar of light into the morning sky above Frisco, Colorado.
SUMMIT COUNTY — The weekend brought a decent storm to the Colorado Rockies, and, as with every snowstorm, the world seemed to be born again, in more ways than one. Several local ski areas picked up more than half a foot of snow, and even the valleys got a good dusting. Here’s what it looked like Sunday.
Dawn kisses the skyline above Frisco, Colorado, as seen from the road to the Meadow Creek trailhead early Sunday morning.
Dawn over the Continental Divide.
A sundog forms in the frozen fog over Dillon Reservoir.
Crystal-clear contrasts in the black and white shot near Dillon Reservoir.
Buttery light on a snow-covered tree in Frisco, Colorado.
Buffalo Mountain gleams with a fresh coat of snow.
A peek-a-boo moon over the Continental Divide near Frisco, Colorado.
The wolf moon.
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