Morning photo: A winter’s day …

Snow country

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Frozen mist over Dillon Reservoir Friday morning generated a brilliant sundog.

FRISCO — A couple of brilliant days in the high country, and few more to come. If the forecast can be believed, we’re probably a week away from any significant snow, and the longer term outlook is particularly encouraging for big dumps any time soon, so I’m enjoying winter while it’s here. Remember, last year we were all sort of counting on a big March, traditionally our snowiest month, and instead, it warmed into the 50s. By the time March was over, nearly all our snow was gone, especially in the valleys, so I’m thinking right now is about as deep and crispy as it may get the rest of the winter. The first and last shots are with the DSLR, the ones in between are iPhone shots.

Gotta love the white-on-white of a snowy aspen grove.

Gotta love the white-on-white of a snowy aspen grove.

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Sunrise, Peak One, Frisco, Colorado.

Snow dunes in the Meadow Creek wetlands, Frisco, Colorado.

Snow dunes in the Meadow Creek wetlands, Frisco, Colorado.

Late afternoon shadows just before sunset add some drama to the snowscape.

Late afternoon shadows just before sunset add some drama to the snowscape.

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Rocky Mountain sunset.

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  1. Beautiful, beautiful……

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