Posted on April 15, 2012 by Bob Berwyn
Saturday started with a brilliant sunrise, as the sun was able to get a foothold beneath the oncoming storm clouds.
SUMMIT COUNTY — The sun peaked through early morning Saturday, but it was already apparent that a storm was starting to move in, with winds gradually shifting from a warm southwesterly flow, to west, to northwest, the favored direction for snowfall in the north-central mountains. Here’s how it looked around the reservoir at dawn, and then late in the afternoon, when the snow began to fly.
Nice reflections on the choppy water ...
Peak One catches some morning alpenglow.
An Instagrammed version of the sunrise.
Snow falling at twilight.
Snow against a street lamp.
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