Posted on May 31, 2012 by Bob Berwyn
Ripples on the reservoir as the sun paints the distant Gore Range.
SUMMIT COUNTY — A few fine days around Summit County seem to be leading inexorably toward summer. Hiking trails are dry and clear, wildflowers are blooming and the reservoir is looking fine. It’s amazing how much difference the time of day and angle of the sun can make when you’re photographing water, from the inky blue of the early morning shots, to the brisk blue gleam of afternoon sunshine.
Afternoon light on the Tenmile Range.
A black and white sunrise rendering.
Geese, ducks, new aspen leaves … and clear blue sky.
Our new friend, a baby robin, the only one of four chick to survive a marauding raven.
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