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Morning photo: Low winter sun

Creekside again …

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Starburst sunrise along the Snake River.

FRISCO — The sun’s path across the sky is quickly dropping, noticeably in a different position than just a couple of weeks ago, when I ventured to the Snake River for the first time this season in search of ice. Along with shorter days, those changes create opportunities for photography, as if a new lighting designer is on the job. After shooting into the morning sun, I also went for a quick afternoon stroll along Meadow Creek, near our home in Frisco, during the afternoon, hoping to catch some glints of warm sunlight on the remnant ice (yes, remnant; it’s been so warm the past few days that some of the ice is vanishing in our November thaw). Here are the best of today’s images. Please visit our online gallery at Fine Art America for more Summit County landscape and nature images.

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Seem worth trying to render a B&W version of the scene, which was dominated by contrasts, but had hints of subtle sub-lighting in the foreground.

Just looking to catch a glint of afternoon sunlight on the ice patterns along Meadow Creek.

Just looking to catch a glint of afternoon sunlight on the ice patterns along Meadow Creek.

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Ice fingers.

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Sometimes, black and white just FEELS right. click on the image for the full-size version.

 

 

 

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