Posted on November 11, 2013 by Bob Berwyn
Sunset over the Continental Divide.
FRISCO —Squeezed in amid the bustle of a busy weekend, we managed to get out for a few sunrise and sunset strolls with dogs and cameras — and we’re glad that we did. The classic November wave cloud formed over Grays and Torreys peaks, two 14ers along the Continental Divide, lighting up the sky both at sunset and sunrise, developing colors that are almost indescribably rich. All in all, a good weekend for photography in Summit County! Check out our online gallery at Fine Art America for more landscape images. Continue reading
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Posted on November 26, 2012 by Bob Berwyn
More wave cloud action
Sunrise … on the rocks.
FRISCO — At this point, I’m ready for some heavy overcast gray skies and fluffy snow, just like everyone else. But given the lack of clouds and precipitation, I’ve been enjoying the series of stunning sunrises and sunsets we’ve seen in the county the past few weeks. A persistent wave cloud over the Continental Divide has delivered some stunning colors and wave shapes, and as much as I’ve photographed them during the past few years, I never get tired of the scene. To the undiscerning eye, they may all look the same, but every single one has subtle differences, both in color and in the pattern it creates. Continue reading
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