Posted on November 1, 2012 by Bob Berwyn
Skiing, sunsets and … a beaver?
I headed to the preview of the U.S. Ski Team Speed Training Center with the goal of getting at least one good ski action shot and I was pretty satisfied when I opened this image on the monitor. I worked hard to get this one, looking for some good half light and a background that would add some interest. This is former U.S. Ski Team Racer Doug Lewis.
FRISCO — Just a few shots from around the county from the past couple of days … Shooting the speed course at Copper was fun change-of-pace, and now I feel ready to go out and get some more good action shots when the rest of the team starts training next week. I was also amazed by the wetlands sunset capture with the iPhone camera. I shot the same scene with the Nikon D80, and it didn’t look nearly as crisp.
The full moon through a chilly sky over Frisco.
Morning alpenglow on the Tenmile Range.
A big beaver takes a moonlight swim.
U.S. Ski Team racer and junior U.S. Super G champ Katie Ryan tests the speed course at Copper Mountain, Colorado in an Oct. 31 preview session.
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