Posted on January 15, 2013 by Bob Berwyn
Trying to channel my inner Ansel Adams again …
FRISCO — For this set, I tried to pick a few images from the last few days with strong contrasts that emphasize the purity of winter light. From the stark outlines of dead trees and morning shadlows along the Snake River to the semi-silhouette of craggy peaks in the alpenglow, the high country always delivers clean lines and impressive vistas. Check out out our online Imagekind gallery for more Summit County shots through the seasons. You can also visit our FineArtAmerica online gallery for metal and canvas print versions, as well as greeting cards. (more…)
Filed under: Morning photo, photography | Tagged: Alpenglow, landscapes, Rocky Mountains, Summit County Colorado, Summit County photography | 2 Comments »
Posted on October 30, 2012 by Bob Berwyn
Early morning along the shore of Dillon Reservoir, via iPhone and Instragram.
FRISCO — Another day of amazing cloudscapes over Summit County, starting with an almost-spooky pre-Halloween glow over Dillon Reservoir, to luminous sunrise clouds, stratified lenticulars throughout the day and a fine sunset with fiery alpenglow. Check out some of our Summit County photography at our online gallery. (more…)
Filed under: climate and weather, Colorado, Morning photo, photography, Summit County Colorado | Tagged: Alpenglow, Colorado, iPhoneography, iPhonesia, mobile photography, photography, Summit County Colorado | Leave a Comment »
Posted on October 29, 2012 by Bob Berwyn
Right place, right time
Intense morning alpenglow on the Gore Range. Check this image in our online gallery, where you can buy it as a print or greeting card.
FRISCO — Today’s photo essay is a recap of the past couple of weeks, which ended up being productive for photography even though the easy subjects like showy autumn leaves are all gone. Getting up early at sunrise paid off a few times, with the rich colors of dawn painted on the screen of the Rocky Mountains, and stalking a few wild critters was also fun. I’m trying to promote my photography a little more these days to generate some income to sustain Summit Voice, so more of the photo essays will feature links to my online galleries, including our newly created Christmas card gallery. If you see any other images you’d like to purchase, contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. (more…)
Filed under: Colorado, Morning photo, photography, Summit County Colorado | Tagged: Alpenglow, Colorado, Gore Range, Summit County Colorado, Summit County photography, sunrise | Leave a Comment »
Posted on October 24, 2012 by Bob Berwyn
An seasonal set
A crazy alpenglow sunset in Summit County, Colorado.
FRISCO — Even though temps are cooling down, there are still plenty of warm tones left in the palette, from the intense alpenglow of autumn sunsets, to afternoon sunlight reflected on the backyard pond and in the final blush of pigments in old leaves close to decay. As a nature photographer, I always greet this in-between season with trepidation, but then I’m always surprised by how much I can find if keep my eyes open and envision the world through a viewfinder. (more…)
Filed under: arts and film, Colorado, Environment, Morning photo, photography, Summit County Colorado | Tagged: Alpenglow, Colorado, iPhoneography, iPhonesia, Summit County Colorado, Summit County photography | 1 Comment »
Posted on October 18, 2012 by Bob Berwyn
Playing with the sky
Tough but interesting lighting Tuesday evening.
FRISCO —Just a few whimsical shots from the last few days, showing the astounding variety of hues we often see just in the span of a few days. Even though the contrasts are very strong, I like the first shot because it gives the scene a lot of depth. As for the second shot, I’m just a sucker for alpenglow, morning or evening. And who can resist Peak One, freshly coated with an early snowfall? Check out our online Imagekind gallery for a selection of Summit County fine art landscape shots. (more…)
Filed under: Colorado, Morning photo, photography, Summit County Colorado, Summit County snow and weather | Tagged: Alpenglow, Colorado photography, Summit County Colorado, Summit County photography, Tenmile Range | Leave a Comment »
Posted on July 17, 2012 by Bob Berwyn
Colorado menu featured at A-Basin’s latest summer event
Alpenglow lights up Arapahoe Basin in mid-May. Photo by Bob Berwyn.
Chiming bells growing near the Continental Divide. Photo courtesy Arapahoe Basin.
By Summit Voice
SUMMIT COUNTY — Colorado’s growing season for wildflowers and produce may be short compared to other parts of the country, but it’s always sweet. Arapahoe Basin will highlight both this Friday (July 20) with the alpenglow dinner and wildflower hike at the Black Mountain Lodge.
Chef Chris Rybak is planning an all-Colorado menu for this event in the popular series, and there are still a few spots left. You can sign up online at A-Basin’s website.
Eating locally produced food is a great way to support Colorado ranchers and farmers, especially in a tough dry year like this, and it’s also makes sense environmentally by reducing the carbon footprint of the food you consume (think about trucking food all the way from California).
Chairlift rides up the mountain are between 5:30 p.m. and 6 p.m. and the dinner starts with light hors d’eouvres and live entertainment. Chef Rybak will begin serving the Colorado-themed meal at 6 p.m. and you can work off some of the calories with a twilight hike back down the mountain to the base area starting at about 8 p.m. (more…)
Filed under: agriculture, Colorado, mushrooms and fungi, Summit County Colorado, wildflowers | Tagged: Alpenglow, Arapahoe Basin, Colorado, food, wildflowers | 1 Comment »