Posted on July 18, 2012 by Bob Berwyn
Early morning sunshine highlights dew drops on aspen leaves.
SUMMIT COUNTY —The rains came, at least for a few days, leaving the high country gloriously damp and sparkly in the early morning sunlight. Nuff said …
Clouds hug the shoulder of Peak One and Ophir Mountain after a wet night.
The moisture seems such a novelty that I got a bit caught up in trying to capture some of the sparkliness of the early morning rain and dew drops clinging to the leaves.
Shooting into the sun with an iPhone, with some success, with new lighting on a familiar scene.
A gorgeous day …
And from a while back … check the faint rainbow against the dark cloud.
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