Posted on August 13, 2014 by Bob Berwyn
Vertical landscape, to emphasize the deep reflections in the pond. This is an unfiltered, unedited shot straight out of the iPhone.
FRISCO — It’s probably no secret, but not all the images in this ongoing series are morning shots (although many are). But today’s sunrise was so cool that I just decided to post a set showing some different flavors of the same scene, with all the shots taken within a half hour and all within a mile of Summit Voice headquarters in Frisco. If the rest of the day is as good as the sunrise, well, it should be pretty spectacular!
Since the colors were lingering, I cruised just a little farther from home to Dillon Dam Road to check the light along the beach.
Turning away from the rising sun, this is what it looked like – more monsoon storm clouds developing early morning in Frisco, Colorado.
The horizontal version, no filters, no edits.
I did use some iPhone editing to try and highlight the first glint of sunlight on the grass.
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