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Morning photo: Half-light

High in the Rockies …

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A curtain of virga hangs over the Colorado Rockies during a solar eclipse.

FRISCO — A couple of years ago, we had the chance to wander way up above treeline during a solar eclipse that started in the late afternoon and continued until after sunset. While we weren’t able to see the moment of totality, the shifting light of the clouds, combined with the filtering effect of the eclipse delivered some breathtaking light. If you enjoy our daily snapshots, visit our online gallery at Fine Art America for a selection of Summit County landscape and nature images.

Looking from Loveland Pass toward Arapahoe Basin at sunset.

Looking from Loveland Pass toward Arapahoe Basin at sunset.

Sky glow over the Tenmile Range in Summit County, Colorado.

Sky glow over the Tenmile Range in Summit County, Colorado.

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Big sky.

A tangerine sky bookends the eclipse sunset.

A tangerine sky bookends the eclipse sunset.

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