The frozen mists of Dillon Reservoir
FRISCO — It’s not so often that we get to enjoy our own little Pogonip fog here in Summit County, so when those days arrive, photographers tend to get a little excited. After all, it’s not often that the trees along Dillon Reservoir look like this. It’s pretty cool to see the mist turn directly into ice without going through a liquid stage, kind of like being inside an icy cloud.
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