Morning photo: September calendar poll

Summer turns to fall

The last sunrise of Sept. 2012.

By Bob Berwyn

SUMMIT COUNTY —Even without the brilliant spectacle of fall colors, September is an awesome month for photography, with more hours of softer light and the blessing of an ocassional storm to add drama to the mountain scenes. This year’s aspen show peaked in mid- to late-September and included some of the reddest aspen trees I’ve ever seen. Please help choose the September image for the 2013 Summit Voice calendar by voting in the poll and visit our online Imagekind gallery for more Summit County photography.

Brilliant fall colors on the Giberson Preserve in Frisco, Colorado.
Gore Range peaks from the Lower Blue.
Red-tailed hawk.
Clearing storm over the Gore Range.
Leaves blow in the winds of September.
Misty peaks.
Dillon Reservoir’s resident bald eagle.
Alpenglow on Mt. Guyot.
Layers of morning mist shroud the Gore Range after a September storm.
Shafts of sunlight.

3 thoughts on “Morning photo: September calendar poll

  1. shaft of light. reminds me of The Dead’s “Estimated Prophet”: “My time comin’ any day/don’t worry about me, no/…California. prophet (profit?) on the burnin’ shore/…like an angel/standing in a shaft of light/rising up to paradise/you know i’m gonna shine…”

    1. Hey Jon, I love that shot, too. I’m afraid to name him for fear of jinxing his presence, but I’m open to suggestions. My first thought was Rex, just because he’s so regal, but I’m not even sure if it’s a male or a female!

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