Abajo Peaks and December Sky Reflection

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Early evening sky reflection, Monticello, Utah.

Early evening at sunset in early winter, December 1st. The snow covered Abajo Mountains, which the locals usually call the Blue Mountains or merely “The Blues” look small in this ultra wide angle panoramic composition. That’s because the clouds stole the show, spread  across the sky from north to south. The lake was mirror calm and so doubled the effect.

Photo location: Monticello, San Juan County, southeast Utah.

© Copyright 2016 Stephen J. Krieg

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6 comments on “Abajo Peaks and December Sky Reflection

  1. Beautiful!!

    On Sat, Dec 3, 2016 at 6:48 AM, Stephen Krieg Photography Blog wrote:

    > sjkphoto posted: ” Early evening at sunset in early winter, December 1st. > The snow covered Abajo Mountains, which the locals usually call the Blue > Mountains or merely “The Blues” look small in this ultra wide angle > panoramic composition. That’s because the clouds stole th” >

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  2. Steve  Awesome…So…you are in Utah and We are in Tennessee.  Love this photo…Best o e to me since the waterfall with the pacifier name….loved it, too.

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