Posted on March 14, 2013 by Bob Berwyn
Morning clouds above Swan Mountain.
FRISCO — When it comes to clouds, March bookends November, with spectacular displays of wave formations, spectral cirrus that glow with rainbow colors, and, of course, thick snow clouds. Sapphire Point is always a good spot to take a look at what’s going on in the sky, especially since the pine beetles moved through. Where there were once dense stands of lodgepole there are now clearings that offer a nearly unobstructed 360-degree view of Summit County.
A little Instagram filter fun in this view of the Continental Divide from Sapphire Point. Note that this picture wasn’t possible before bark beetles killed most of the lodgepoles in this area.
Peak One through the trees at Sapphire Point.
Morning sun over Frisco.
Who doesn’t love an old snow-covered truck?
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