Posted on October 10, 2013 by Bob Berwyn
A fiery monsoon sunset in early September along the shore of Dillon Reservoir.
FRISCO —Looking back through the September folder in the Summit Voice photo archives made me realize how summery most of the month was, especially early on when it seemed like the monsoon would never end. The official weather stats for the month tell the same story, with September rainfall in Breckenridge tying for the second-wettest on record. All that moisture wasn’t bad for photographers, with a series of colorful sunsets and rainbow-filled skies seemingly every other night.
Surreal colors, as the sun slants beneath a low layer of monsoon clouds.
This is the token iPhone shot in this set, taked the same night as the previous image.
Late summer sailing on Dillon Reservoir.
Double, and even triple rainbows were common during September.
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