Morning photo: Hot-n-cold

Contrasts …


So what do you call an upside-down icicle?

FRISCO —Trying to cover the spectrum from the coldest blues to the warmest reds in this photo set made me reach back into the archives for a few summer sunset and sunrise pics to intersperse with the recent ice shots in the Snake River Basin. It’s pretty amazing to me to see the contrasts in the natural world from day to day and season to season. Of course, a lot of days are more in-between, but we won’t talk about those. Please visit the online Summit Voice gallery at Fine Art America for more Summit County landscapes.


Florida sunset.


A few errant rays of sunlight through the trees helped light up these boulders in Peru Creek.


A fiery summer sunset at the start of a hot day.


Icy cascade along the Snake River.

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One Response

  1. What is “up”?

    “Ice spike” is the term that I found applying to a shaft of ice that points away from the center of dominant gravity.

    When I began investigating, I discovered “upside down” Christmas trees.

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