Posted on January 13, 2012 by Bob Berwyn
The start of winter
Lone Star: Early dawn light on the Tenmile Range in a long exposure from Sapphire Point.
SUMMIT COUNTY — December ended up being a spectacular month for photography, with an incredible full moon rise, an eclipse and a profusion of fantastic ice formations on local lakes and rivers. Here are a few shots that didn’t make it into one of the daily photo essays for one reason or another.
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December was the month of ice crystals in Summit County. Usually these delicate creations are overshadowed by fluffy snow pillows, but this winter, they took a starring role.
Ice crystals along the Snake River, near Keystone.
Mists over Dillon Reservoir.
Dillon Reservoir in the early morning light.
Frosty was here.
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