Posted on May 20, 2012 by Bob Berwyn
The early morning hours …
A nice morning portrait of Peak One towering above Frisco, Colorado.
SUMMIT COUNTY — I’ve been getting up early the past few weeks to do some sunrise photography — plus it’s a good excuse to get some exercise for me, and the dogs. Yesterday morning was wonderful, with a broken low cloud deck creating a dramatic scene above the reservoir and around our local peaks. Other days, I use the reservoir surface as close-up mirror to enhance foreground lighting. In any case, it’s never the same twice, so I never get tired of photographing these scenes.
Tender dawn light on Dillon Reservoir and the Continental Divide.
Looking over Summit County from Lake Hill.
Looking up at Buffalo Mountain from Lake Hill.
A slice of morning sky.
Looking east at Tenderfoot Mountain.
Still morning waters.
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