Posted on October 16, 2012 by Bob Berwyn
After a snowy start, the weekend ended mildly, with an almost summer-like sunset over the Tenmile Range.
SUMMIT COUNTY —October continues to deliver stellar scenes in Summit County. Even though the autumn leaves have fallen, the early storms rolling through have helped spark some brilliant morning and evening light, and, as a bonus, a few cool and unusual (for here) migrating birds have visited Dillon Reservoir. Here are a few scenes from the last few days. If you like what you see, visit our online Imagekind gallery, where you can buy prints and notecards. It’s a great way to support independent online journalism in Colorado.
A Sunday morning view of Peak One from Tenderfoot Mountain.
A Clark’s grebe cruises the still waters of Heaton Bay Monday morning.
The broad shoulder of the Tenmile Range in Officers Gulch.
Subalpine firs cling precariously to the west side of Mt. Royal, near Frisco, Colorado.
Jagged peaks along the crest of the Tenmile Range contrast with the feathery edges of an evening wave cloud.
Sunset over the Continental Divide.
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