Posted on June 15, 2013 by Bob Berwyn
The earlybird …
And if your way should falter
Along this stony pass
It’s just a moment
This time will pass
~ U2, Stuck in a Moment
FRISCO —You have to get up pretty early to catch the sunrise these days. This set was all taken around 6 a.m. in the Lower Blue, so I left the house at about 5:30 to catch those first rays, but it was definitely worth it. I’m not sure how the high elevation flowers will be this year, but if the spring season is any indication, it should be an amazing summer for wildflowers, something we barely dreamed was possible just a few weeks ago.
Wildfower garden in the foothills of the Gore Range, Summit County, Colorado.
Just a few minutes earlier, the light was still a little more muted, highlighting the yellows of the arrowleaf balsamroot.
Lupines and arrowleaf balsamroot in the Gore Range, Summit County, Colorado.
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