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FRISCO —Although I’ve previously said that May is my favorite month for photography (and I’m sticking with it), I almost changed my mind after picking out a few September images for the 2014 Summit Voice calendar. Just like May, September is a transition month, when you can have incredible summery weather one day, and the first chilly snowfall of the season the next. With the sun staying a little lower in the sky, longer shadows add drama, and clearing storm clouds are always a bonus. September often brings the first dusting of snow while the aspens are still turning gold. September sunset. A sphinx moth enjoys some late September wildflower nectar in Breckenridge, Colorado. Double rainbow over Dillon Reservoir. September snow in Frisco, Colorado. Like this: Like Loading... Amazing Long Exposure Photographs Of Ballet Dancers In Motion. Eddie Adams Workshop. To apply to the Eddie Adams workshop, you must be either a student or a professional with less than 3 years of experience.
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