Posted on March 29, 2015 by Bob Berwyn
Sideways light …
Yes, really … pink and purple and orange!
FRISCO —Usually November is the best time to spot the great wave clouds that build up over the Continental Divide. But there’s a secondary season in March, when once again, upper-level winds shift. As those great rivers of air meet the wall of the Continental Divide, the sky often blossoms. This set includes a few shots going back into winter, but most of the images are from the past few weeks, showing the transition of the seasons. For daily photography updates, follow our Instagram feed
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Posted on November 27, 2012 by Bob Berwyn
Better and better …
Blossoming wave cloud over Summit County.
FRISCO — The lack of snow is still a bit disconcerting, but Mother Nature has been making up for it with some stellar sunrises and sunsets. Monday was the first time in quite a while that there wasn’t a wave cloud in the morning or evening, which gave me a little time to go back and sort shots from the last few days. None of these shots are Photoshopped, but the second image (Peak One) is an iPhone shot processed with an Instagram filter. Some of the sunrise shots are intentionally underexposed, which helps bring out the full richness of the clouds. Continue reading
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