A November wave cloud hangs low over the Continental Divide.
FRISCO — Winding down to the last couple of months of calendar polls, I was curious to see what I’d find in the November archive. It wasn’t a big snow month, so I wasn’t expecting to see many wintry shots. What I did find were some nice ice abstracts and a few other images that represent that late autumn feeling that the world is gradually freezing up. Please vote in the poll and help us choose the November image for the 2013 Summit Voice calendar.
A chilly November sun sets low over the Gore Range, reflecting on the ice covering the edge of Dillon Reservoir.
A late fall snowstorm hangs low over the Tenmile Range in Frisco, Colorado.
Early ice, rippled by the wind and ridged by pressure, along the shore of shallow Frisco Bay.
Footprints in the snow under a brilliant sunrise.
Stacks of lenticular clouds at sunset over the Continental Divide.
Gray November day on Dillon Reservoir.
November snow and ice along the Snake River, in Summit County, Colorado.
Winter spreads an icy grip on the rivers of the high country in November.
The Denver Sheriff Department has significant shortcomings in how deputies are trained to deal with difficult inmates, how use-of-force cases are investigated and how the department fails to learn its lessons from past mistakes, according to a report on reforming the agency.
A former high-ranking federal Veterans Affairs official responsible for overseeing the troubled Aurora medical center complex figures prominently in a whistle-blower's claims that the agency misspent at least $5 billion yearly through illegal contracts and other purchases.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton received information on her private e-mail account about the deadly attack on U.S. diplomatic facilities in Benghazi that was later classified "secret" at the request of the FBI, according to documents released Friday.
After more than 18 years together — not counting their initial nine months wedged in the tightest of quarters — the Magoons are disbanding. The lacrosse-playing quadruplets — Mitch, Mike, Matt and Madison — graduated from Grandview High School in Aurora on Thursday and now will head in opposite directions.