Posted on September 26, 2012 by Bob Berwyn
Rain, snow, sun, wind …
SUMMIT COUNTY — Definitely a fast shift of seasons under way, with a blustery storm rolling through the high country.leaving a nice little blast of snow on the higher peaks. We’ll have to call this one more than a dusting, since it left some of highest slopes solid white. Let’s call it a coating and hope that it’s just a hint of what’s to come in the months ahead.
This Instagrammed photo was a big hit on the Summit Voice Facebook page Tuesday. In case you don’t recognize the view, it’s shot along the Tenderfoot trail, looking south toward Guyot early Tuesday morning.
This is along the road out to Pine Cove campground, near Frisco, looking back toward Mt. Royal.
Floating leaves in the backyard pond, with raindrops.
An early morming view of the Tenmile Range from Oro Grande Road.
Grays and Torreys peaks, two fourteeners along the Continental Divide, along with Black Mountain (left), a prominent feature near A-Basin.
Shot with an older Canon EOS and a Tamron 300 mm zoom. I had to do some post-processiong to lighten up the foreground and tone down the highlights in the sky, which gave the image an unusual cast.
Sharp against the morning sky.
Twilight along Dillon Reservoir, one what might have been one of the last summer evenings this year. I’m not expecting to see skies like this again until next May or June.
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