FRISCO — It was one of those monochromatic snow days in the Colorado high country, so rather than fighting it, I tried some of the subdued Instagram filters on a series of shots taken right around the neighborhood here in Frisco. The poppies, so gloriously red in June, are now mere husks, but still stand tall in the flower beds, and there really is nothing nicer than a quiet snowfall in an aspen grove.
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