Morning photo: May snow

Bonus powder

Fence line.

Fence line.

FRISCO —I never thought I’d be shooting snowscapes in early May, but then again, living at 9,000 feet in the Colorado high country, you just never know. At this point, it can’t even be billed as the last storm, with the National Weather Service forecasting a chance of more unsettled weather next week. Of course, cool conditions in late spring aren’t unprecedented. Old-timers will remember Cinco de Mayo powder days at A-Basin and even Breckenridge back in the 1980s. A wet spring often helps ease Colorado out one of its periodic droughts. In any case Frisco was sparkling Thursday morning. Here’s what it looked like.


Down at the wetlands.


Dawn glow.




First light, Dillon Reservoir.


Morning mists over Tenmile Creek, Frisco, Colorado.


Post-season powder at Copper Mountain, May 2, 2013.







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One Response

  1. bob, like ‘fenceline’ a LOT. one of your better images…no sign of civilization, expect for, well, the fenceline.

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