Posted on January 26, 2012 by Bob Berwyn
A sunrise series
Pre-sunrise light tinges the clouds above Guyot and Baldy in Summit County, Colorado.
SUMMIT COUNTY — The past few weeks, that magical sunrise light has been coinciding with the time that I need to get my son up and ready for school, so the photography hasn’t been happening, at least early in the morning. But Wednesday, we left for school early so he could catch the team bus for a ski race at Loveland, and I headed from the school straight to shore of Dillon Reservoir to snap a few shots.
From the wetlands overlook behind Taco Bell in Frisco ...
A little more light on the foreground, along with some Photoshop tweaking to bring out some the detail in the shadows.
Along Dillon Dam Road.
Wide-angle view looking out over Dillon Reservoir at sunrise.
A few dramatic patches of color in the morning sky.
Sunlight on the highest east-facing flanks of the Tenmile Range.
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