Posted on July 27, 2014 by Bob Berwyn
Penstemon, two-foot tall, along the shore of Dillon Reservoir near Frisco, Colorado.
FRISCO — Yes, it’s fun to visit foreign locales, sample exotic food and take photos of new and different subjects. But you don’t always have to venture far to get a good shot. All the images in this set were taking in places where we walk our dogs on a daily basis, in some cases, right in our neighborhood, or more accurately where our neighborhood edges against the open space at the edge of Dillon Reservoir. Sometimes it’s just a matter of finding a new perspective in a familiar place. Check out my Instagram feed for daily updates and visit my online Fine Art America gallery to buy fine art prints and greeting cards.
Just a mile or so from where the previous shot was taken, facing in a similar direction at the same time of day, but with a cool hue dominating the twilight.
Dusk in the Meadow Creek wetlands, Frisco, Colorado.
Young aspen scaber stalk mushrooms, members of the widespread Suillus family and edible — with caution!
Best for last? Sunset over the Meadow Creek wetlands, Frisco, Colorado.
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