Morning photo: September stunners

Transitions …

A clearing September storm over the Continental Divide.

A clearing September storm over the Continental Divide.

FRISCO —Although I’ve previously said that May is my favorite month for photography (and I’m sticking with it), I almost changed my mind after picking out a few September images for the 2014 Summit Voice calendar. Just like May, September is a transition month, when you can have incredible summery weather one day, and the first chilly snowfall of the season the next. With the sun staying a little lower in the sky, longer shadows add drama, and clearing storm clouds are always a bonus. If you like our daily snapshots, visit our online gallery at Fine Art America for more Summit County landscape and nature images.

September often brings the first dusting of snow while the aspens are still turning gold.

September often brings the first dusting of snow while the aspens are still turning gold.

September sunset.

September sunset.

A sphinx moth enjoys some late September wildflower nectar in Breckenridge, Colorado.

A sphinx moth enjoys some late September wildflower nectar in Breckenridge, Colorado.

Double rainbow over Dillon Reservoir.

Double rainbow over Dillon Reservoir.

September snow in Frisco, Colorado.

September snow in Frisco, Colorado.

 

 

 

 

 

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