Morning photo: 2010 in pictures

Looking back …

It may not have snowed much in December 2009, but we still had some spectacular sunrises.

SUMMIT COUNTY ā€” So many pictures … Enjoy the year that was in this review of the Summit Voice photo archives. If you have any highlight pictures of your own you’d like to see included, send them to And if you don’t have your 2011 calendar yet, consider visiting the Summit Voice RedBubble site where you can order a calendar featuring some of the best Summit Voice photography through the seasons.

December 2009: Bighorn Sheep along U.S. Highway 6 near Loveland Pass, Colorado.
Ice sailing, Dillon Reservoir, Summit County, Colorado.
December 2009: Ice-sailing season on Dillon Reservoir, Summit County, Colorado.
January 2010: Delicate snow crystals on a lodgepole pine branch.
January 2010: My favorite snow sculpture at the International Breckenridge snow sculpting championships.
February 2010: Powder at Arapahoe Basin, Summit County, Colorado.
March 2010: The Snowshoe Stomp at the Frisco Nordic Center.
March 2010: Blasting avalanches on the East Wall, Arapahoe Basin, Colorado.
March 2010: There goes a little slide on A-Basin's East Wall.
March 2010: Launching off The Nose, A-Basin, Colorado.
March 2010: Alaskan peace rider Don Ross passes through Dillon on his cross-country ride to raise awareness about global warming.

One thought on “Morning photo: 2010 in pictures

  1. Thanks everyone. Keeps me connected now that I’m in the lowland with a bunch of non-mountainous geeks. Lived in the Summit from 1984-001, worst choice of my life to leave. The bank in Dillon was still the Snow Bank, gotta love it!!:)

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