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Sunday set: Winter, from the vault

The colder the better!

Winter sky.

Structure.

Frozen flow.

Falling.

Misty.

A quick flashback set featuring winter scenes from the Rocky Mountains of Colorado. It’s not always that easy to get motivated for a photo session when it’s below freezing outside, but it’s always worth it when you do, because, well, there are some things that you can only see in winter — delicate ice filaments forming on the surface of a creek that somehow manages to keep flowing through sub-zero air, or a winter storm clearing just in time to give way to the warm orange glow of sunrise. 34 more words

Summit County Colorado

Volunteers needed for Summit County wildlife rescue team

Info session set for May 16

Staff Report

Colorado Parks and Wildlife is looking to add members to its Summit County Wildlife Transport Team, an all volunteer group of citizens devoted to helping the agency respond to wildlife emergencies. 201 more words

Environment

Morning photo: Got light?

Mountain joy!

A winter sunset over Dillon Reservoir in Summit County, Colorado.

A mountain wave cloud heralds changing weather along the Continental Divide in Summit County, Colorado. 67 more words

Summit County Colorado

Morning photo: Lost summer ...

Out of season

Western pano.

Morning stillness in the cove.

Somewhere …

Evening sail near Dillon, Colorado.

Cloudscape near Frisco, Colorado.

The wetlands.

Sometime around late March, when late-winter blizzards roar, a summer fever can set it. 54 more words

Summit County Colorado

Forest Service eyes camping ban along Montezuma Road

Long-term camping, littering and wildfire danger cited as reasons for proposal

Staff Report

A popular free camping zone between Keystone and Montezuma could be shut down by the U.S. 354 more words

Summit County Colorado

Snowpack totals? It’s all part of March Madness

Hammered by this month’s snowstorms, Summit and Grand counties provide a big boost to our water supply.

By Jay Adams

March in the Colorado Rockies can be as wild as a half-court buzzer beater in the NCAA Basketball Tournament. 628 more words

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