Posted on April 5, 2014 by Bob Berwyn
A little bit of melting along the edge of the Meadow Creek wetlands in Frisco indicates spring is, however reluctantly, coming.
FRISCO — In past years, I’ve photographed early wildflowers in March, but this long winter has left a solid blanket of snow still draped over the high country. A few warm afternoons have hinted at spring, but winter has been tenacious. Here’s what it looked like in Summit County the past few weeks.
Framed in black and white — Gore Range, Colorado.
Frozen waves of snow linger during the early weeks of spring in Summit County, Colorado.
Gore Range glow.
More Gore …
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