Winter settles in
FRISCO — As stormy skies gave way to clear weather once again, I ventured down into the Lower Blue for a quick photo session along the Blue River, where I found a fine crop of frost flowers growing on the fresh ice. This year, the scene is quite different in the shallows of Frisco Bay. Last winter, the ice sailing crew had a fine season in mid- to late-December, enjoying the smooth surface of the frozen reservoir. This year, of course, there’s no water, other than a few remnant puddles, so no ice to sail on. From a photography perspective, it’s not better or worse, just different. Beauty is where you find it! All these images are taken with an iPhone camera.
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