Morning photo: Best of May (part 1)

Spring skies

Early melt-out.

SUMMIT COUNTY — May was quite a month for photography. It’s always been my favorite time of year in the high country, with snow on high, greening up in the valleys, wildflowers and sometimes wild weather that makes for dramatic skies. Here are some of the best shots from May 2012. If any of these images speak to you and you’d like see it framed and hanging on your wall, leave a note in the comment section, and for more Summit County scenes, visit our Imagekind online gallery, where you can order prints, unframed or framed. The gallery even has a nifty preview function where you see how the picture looks with different mattes.

An Instagrammed version of a scene at the point of the Frisco Peninsula.

This was the last wintry looking sunset of the month, taken at Sapphire Point.

I visited Lake Hill several times in May, as the location of the setting and rising sun makes for good illumination from this vantage point.

A 10-second exposure during the very early twilight hours captured some gentle motion on Dillon Reservoir, smoothing out the water.

The ‘supermoon’ sets over Frisco.

Just another moon shot.

Looking down at Frisco at sunrise after a mid-May snowfall.

And the next day, the first rainbow of the year.

My favorite shot of the month.

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2 Responses

  1. good stuff Bob, very nice work!

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