Posted on January 3, 2013 by Bob Berwyn
A September sunrise over Dillon Reservoir delivered exquisite light.
FRISCO — The incredibly rich light of autumn made for some wonderful images. Many of the photos in Summit Voice photo essays are available in our Fine Art America online gallery, and there’s also Summit County gallery at our ImageKind website. You can also order images by contacting me at email@example.com. It’s a great way to support independent online journalism.
One of the first snowstorms of the year clearing from the Gore Range.
A red-tailed hawk perches atop a dead lodgepole in the Williams Fork Range, near Ute Pass.
2012 ended up as one of the best years for aspen colors in the Colorado high country.
A gray jay searches for bugs in a stand of lodgepole pines near Frisco, Colorado.
Autumn sunrise, Frisco, Colorado.
Autumn sunlight slants over Dillon Reservoir, in Summit County, Colorado.
A classic autumn scene in the Colorado high country.
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