Posted on November 14, 2012 by Bob Berwyn
A grab-bag of images …
Morning alpenglow paints the Gore Range in Summit County, Colorado.
FRISCO — The past two weeks have been a whirlwind of photography, with nearly every day yielding a good stash of photos. For today’s photo essay, I looked back over the past few days to choose some images that show the diversity of light, from fiery morning alpenglow to the silvery blue tones of a chilly winter-like sunrise and everything in between.
Early morning light on Buffalo Mountain and the Wildernest neighborhood.
Full moon setting over Frisco, Colorado.
Morning cloudscape over Peak One.
Peak One sunset.
Intense morning clouds over the Continental Divide.
Evening in the wetlands.
Filed under: Colorado, Morning photo, photography, seasons Tagged: | Bob Berwyn photography, Buffalo Mountain, Colorado, Gore Range, photography, Tenmile Range